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xm-djgpp.h undefined function?
- To: Mark Elbrecht <snowball3 at bigfoot dot com>
- Subject: xm-djgpp.h undefined function?
- From: Neil Booth <neil at daikokuya dot demon dot co dot uk>
- Date: Sat, 11 Aug 2001 11:48:11 +0100
- Cc: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
In your ChangeLog
2000-08-04 Mark Elbrecht <email@example.com>
* i386/x-djgpp: Delete code that conditionally modifies target_alias.
Delete code that conditionally modifies 'version'.
Delete X_CPPFLAGS. Add comment for SYSTEM_HEADER_DIR.
* i386/xm-djgpp.h (GCC_DRIVER_HOST_INITIALIZATION): New macro.
* gcc.c (main): Use it.
* config/i386/xm-djgpp.h (UPDATE_PATH_HOST_CANONICALIZE): New macro.
* prefix.c (update_path): Use it.
* i386/djgpp.h (STANDARD_INCLUDE_DIR): Define.
(MD_EXEC_PREFIX): Set to '/dev/env/DJDIR/bin/'.
(ASM_OUTPUT_SECTION_NAME): Add code attribute to sections containing
(SUPPORTS_WEAK, SUPPORTS_ONE_ONLY): Default to true.
(WCHAR_UNSIGNED, WCHAR_TYPE_SIZE, WCHAR_TYPE): Undefine before
(WINT_TYPE, SIZE_TYPE, PTRDIFF_TYPE): Define.
you defined UPDATE_PATH_HOST_CANONICALIZE, which as far I as can tell
is used only by prefix.c. It uses a function called _fixpath (), but
I can find no definition of it. The only reference to it in the GCC
tree is in the macro.
This would appear to be a bug, or at least dead code. What am I missing?