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Re: PATCH: Use __LONG_LONG_MAX__ if LONG_LONG_MIN etc are not available

> contains unstated assumptions that only targets that define __linux__
> use glibc etc)...  Why this change causes no problems for other glibc
> Linux targets is beyond me...  Perhaps, no one else has long long
> support enabled at the moment?

hmmm. It looks like this is tripping up the arm build too:

> Instead of all the shenanigans to get this right in light of various
> glibc versions and command line switches that influence limits.h, how
> about we convert uses of LONG_LONG_MIN, LONG_LONG_MAX and
> ULONG_LONG_MAX to use __LONG_LONG_MAX__ (which is unconditionally
> defined by the gcc-generated limits.h file) when the former macros are
> not available.  I will arbitrarily key off LONG_LONG_MIN.

Sounds great.

> To be installed on mainline and 3.0 after others that care about
> related issues have a chance to complain.  BTW, armv4l-*-linux-gnu
> bootstraps are broken on both 3.0 branch and mainline at the moment
> due to the latest round of libstdc++ configuration patches so we need
> this technique or a replacement ASAP.

Yep. Looks good to me. 


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