failed gcc nested function

Hi dear all,
The following code will fail in clang:

void f (int (*p) (void));
void g (int i)
  int nestedfunc (void) { return i; }
  f (nestedfunc);

compile with clang -S test.c got following message
test.c:4:24: error: expected ';' at end of declaration
  int nestedfunc (void) { return i; }
1 error generated.
but gcc -S test.c will be OK.
Many thanks!

Clang does not support nested functions - that's a gcc language extension.

See <>, which says:

  clang does not support nested functions; this is a complex feature which is infrequently used, so it is unlikely to be implemented anytime soon.

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FWIW, you can use C++11 lambdas or the Blocks extension to do the same thing in a safer way. (Both lambdas and blocks can be used after the enclosing function returns.)