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Re: typos in f77 docs


>craig@jcb-sc.com writes:
> > >Wed Mar 17 18:32:58 1999  Matthias Klose  <doko@cs.tu-berlin.de>
> > >
> > >	* intdoc.texi (BesJN/BesYN Intrinsic): Fix typos.
> > 
> > I'm confused.  Which egcs version are you using?  I can't find these
> > problems in my version(s) by looking at the generated Info docs, and
> > I've tried egcs 1.0.3a, 1.1.2, and a recent snapshot.  Plus, the
> > recent snapshot didn't have the problem in its gcc/f/intdoc.texi,
> > and, though *that* might be rebuilt on my own system, the problem
> > also doesn't seem to exist in the mainline of the repository, looking
> > at my ("viriginal", and recently-updated) copy of that.
>
> > Further, it looks like you didn't notice that gcc/f/intdoc.texi
> > isn't actually a source file.  Perhaps yours was generated by a buggy
> > f/intdoc program at some point on your system, which in turn was
> > compiled by a buggy gcc.  See the first few lines of intdoc.texi,
> > and the corresponding rules in Make-lang.in, for more information.
>
>you are right, it must be a mistake with my configuration, although I
>cannot find the buggy program. It's the 19990314 snapshot
>(--enable-cpplib --enable-c-cpplib) bootstrapped with egcs-1.1.2 pre2
>on Linux i486 (glibc-2.1.1 ).

Huh...on my copy of the snapshot, it (intdoc.texi) was built correctly.

I'll look into whether egcs 1.1.2 (I don't have pre2 sitting around
anymore) miscompiles f/intdoc or some such thing, when I get some
time.

        tq vm, (burley)


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