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builtin_types_compatible_p and const



On Tuesday, February 26, 2002, at 12:38  AM, Daniel Egger wrote:

> Am Mon, 2002-02-25 um 03.03 schrieb Aldy Hernandez:
>
>> first, vec_lvsl accepts "char *" not "const char *", so you'll
>> have to cast.
>
> That's about the most annoying thing. What's wrong about loading
> from a constant address?

i agree, let's summon the expert again...

joseph, i agree with daniel.  the code below should compile, but
x and y are not compatible according to the builtin.  are there
any objections to making a patch to fix this?

const char *x;
char *y;
int foo[__builtin_types_compatible_p (__typeof(x), __typeof(y)) == 1 ? 
1 : -1];


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