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Re: 3.1 C++ problems on IRIX 6.5
- From: Patrick Hartling <patrick at 137 dot org>
- To: Joe Buck <Joe dot Buck at synopsys dot com>
- Cc: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Tue, 21 May 2002 11:39:03 -0500
- Subject: Re: 3.1 C++ problems on IRIX 6.5
- References: <200205210119.SAA24871@atrus.synopsys.com>
- Reply-to: patrick at 137 dot org
Your suggestion solved my problems. Thanks very much. :)
Joe Buck wrote:
>>I just built GCC 3.1 on IRIX 6.5 using the configuration options given on
>>the build status page, but I cannot compile my C++ code using g++.
>>Basically, /usr/include/ctype.h is using preprocessor macros for things
>>like isspace() and isalpha(), and that causes the errors shown in the
> Macros for isspace, etc, interfere with the iostreams library. I take it
> that the inclusion of <ctype.h> is by your code, rather than by libstdc++?
> If so, you could try replacing
> #include <ctype.h>
> #include <cctype>
>>I have searched the mailing lists and the PRs, but I cannot find anyone
>>else having this problem. Is there something I've done wrong in
>>configuring/building GCC, or is there some option I can pass on the
>>command line that will make things work? The closest I have come is to
>>define _LINT on the command line, but I am not convinced yet that that is
>>the right solution. My code compiles without problems using GCC 3.0.1
>>and 3.0.4, and I was hoping I would have similar success with 3.1.
> To developers: Is this something that fixincludes is supposed to fix?
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