get rid of warning: the use of `tmpnam' is dangerous, better use `mkstemp'
i do know about the difference of tmpnam and mkstemp, but because i need
to get a "free" name to open the filestream later by myself instead of the
mkstemp that already opens the stream and creates the file as soon as it
is there a possibility to get rid of this warning, i mean, not on my computer
but on computers of others who might compile the program?
or is there a possibility to use a function like mkstemp but not create and
open the file at the same time that does not give this warning?