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Re: [Paul Eggert <eggert@CS.UCLA.EDU>] PATCH: obstack.c, obstack.h port to AS/400 (for Bison and gnulib)


DJ Delorie <dj@redhat.com> writes:

| > I fully appreciate that.  But my point is whether such projects are
| > running on set of environments that has non-empty complement with the
| > set of places where GCC runs.
| 
| Um, last time I checked, set complement was a unary op.

if A and B are sets then the complement of A in B is the set of all
the elements of A that are not in B. In symbols,

  \begin{displaymath}
     A \backslash B = \{ x \in A \mid x \not\in B \}
  \end{displaymath}

|  Can you explain this again?

   DJ Delorie <dj@redhat.com> writes:

   | > Now that GCC is requiring a C90 compiler, is there any other reason
   | > why libiberty can't assume similar compiler?
   | 
   | GCC is not the only project using libiberty.

I'm asking whether such projects don't run GCC.

-- Gaby


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