Commit 8f9ade8ec50cde1176411085294f85ecfb2820a4 (ticket 8391) moved
the built-in getopt() and getopt_long() implementations from a static
library in util/windows to util/support, where (on Windows) it is
built into k5sprt32.dll or k5sprt64.dll. The getopt() interface uses
global variables opterr, optind, optopt, and optarg, each renamed via
macro to have a k5_ prefix when we use the built-in implementation.
Data objects exported from DLLs need special handling in Windows; they
must be marked as DATA in the DLL .def file, and they must be declared
with "__declspec(dllimport)" in calling code. Without this handling,
optind begins with a garbage value and getopt_long() returns -1
immediately, so client programs always behave as if they have no
Stop unnecessarily declaring optind and optarg in client programs.
Declare the getopt() global variables with __declspec(dllimport) on
Windows, except when compiling getopt.c itself. When creating
libkrb5support.exports on Windows (this file is later used by
lib/Makefile.in to create k5sprt32.def), add a DATA tag to the data