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[Gcl-devel] Re: GCL bug: float.h problem

From: Camm Maguire
Subject: [Gcl-devel] Re: GCL bug: float.h problem
Date: 25 Jun 2002 00:30:51 -0400

Greetings!  This should be fixed in the latest cvs, where -I. has been
removed from the default compiler options.  I don't yet know if this
breaks anything else, but so far it looks good.  At some point, I'll
try to incorporate in a 2.4.4.

Take care,

Matt Kaufmann <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi --
> When I compile a file "float.lisp" using GCL 2.4.3 (or 2.5.0; sorry I don't
> know which, but Bogo (Michael Bogomolny) has a question outstanding to you
> already about that), the compilation fails.  GCL seems to confuse the local
> directory's float.h with a global one.  An example is below.
>   craigievar.cs.utexas.edu% cat float.lisp
>   (in-package "USER")
>   (defun foo (x)
>     x)
>   craigievar.cs.utexas.edu% gcl-2.4.3
>   GCL (GNU Common Lisp)  Version(2.5.0) Wed Jun 19 15:41:50 CDT 2002
>   Licensed under GNU Library General Public License
>   Contains Enhancements by W. Schelter
>   >(compile-file "float.lisp")
>   Compiling float.lisp.
>   End of Pass 1.  
>   End of Pass 2.  
>   In file included from float.c:4132:
>   float.h:5: redefinition of `VVi'
>   float.h:5: `VVi' previously defined here
>   Correctable error: (SYSTEM "(cd . ;gcc -pipe -fwritable-strings  
> -DVOL=volatile -I/p/src/gcl-2.4.3-linux/o -fsigned-char  -O4 -c -I. float.c 
> -w)") returned a non-zero value 0.
>   Signalled by UNLESS.
>   If continued: Continues anyway.
>   Broken at CERROR.  Type :H for Help.
>   >>
> Thanks --
> -- Matt Kaufmann

Camm Maguire                                            address@hidden
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