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Re: small fixes to headers for non-__GCC__ compilers.

From: Andreas Jaeger
Subject: Re: small fixes to headers for non-__GCC__ compilers.
Date: 30 Dec 2000 09:58:51 +0100
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>>>>> Mike McCabe writes:

 > (Using egcs-2-91.66, glibc-2.1.92-14; please point me properly or forward if
 > this belongs elsewhere.)
2.1.92 is an old pre-release, please update to glibc 2.2.

 > Looks like the gcc header files are slightly incorrect for non- __GCC__
 > compilers.
GCC header files?  Malloc.h, sys/cdefs.h and gconv.h are glibc header files.
Please report directly to address@hidden
 > I compiled and ran lcc on a simple program that used stdio.h, and
 > encountered the following problems:

 > malloc.h:79 and sys/cdefs.h:54 both need #define __THROW <nothing> in the
 > non-__GCC__ clause.
That's not true anymore with the final glibc 2.2.  

 > gconv.h:172 - need to make use of gcc zero-length array extension #ifdef
 > __GCC__.
That will be fixed in glibc 2.2.1.

 > Thanks - I'll reply to this message if I find more similar problems.

 Andreas Jaeger
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