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Re: [v3] Possible fix for PR 5730
Phil Edwards <phil at jaj dot com> writes:
| On Thu, Mar 20, 2003 at 11:36:51PM +0100, Gabriel Dos Reis wrote:
| > Phil Edwards <phil at jaj dot com> writes:
| > | > | > Now, I realize the macro __FAST_MATH__ may not be defined with
| > | > | > definite value -- that is really sad.
| > |
| > | I believe you are mistaken here. It's defined exactly as if you had written
| > |
| > | #define __FAST_MATH__
| > |
| > | in normal code, i.e., the value is 1 by default.
| > But that is insufficiant for use in the code I posted. The reason
| > being that when it is not defined you get a hard error.
| Sorry, hadn't found that message yet.
| Certainly, then,
| #ifdef __FAST_MATH__
| # define _GLIBCPP_FAST_MATH 1
| # define _GLIBCPP_FAST_MATH 0
| makes the most sense.
That is what I suggested in the message you didn't get :-)
| For now I'd suggest putting it in std_complex.h
| unless we also find a use for it elsewhere.
The right place for these sorts of compiler level flags is c++config.