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Re: Failures in tests for obj-c++....

Well, unfortunately the patches you committed thus far did not solve the problems on Fedora Core 3. :-(...

On 8 Jun 2005, at 0.15, David Ayers wrote:

Ziemowit Laski wrote:

On 7 Jun 2005, at 14.19, David Ayers wrote:

Also we should be weary of relying on:
#include "objc/runtime.h"            /* the kitchen sink */
which will in turn:
#include <objc/files.h>

Ah, good catch! Is there any reason that the latter cannot be turned into

#include "files.h"


Actually, I believe that would be correct.

Would such a patch be pre-approved?

Actually, I'll try replacing _all_ occurrences of

#include <objc/...>


#include "..."

in the objc headers (via '%s/<objc\/\(.*\)>/"\1"/g' vim command), and then rebuild
to see if that helps, so why don't you hold off for now. Thanks.

PS-OT: This reminds me, I always found the following comment in the
autoconf info pages confusing:

"Use `#include <config.h>' instead
of `#include "config.h"', and pass the C compiler a `-I.' option (or
`-I..'; whichever directory contains `config.h').  That way, even if
the source directory is configured itself (perhaps to make a
distribution), other build directories can also be configured without
finding the `config.h' from the source directory."

the -I directives are not limited to system includes.  I see no gain in
searching for config.h as a system header.

Me neither...

Am I missing something or is there value in bringing this up on the
autoconf list?

I really don't know much about the innards of the auto* tools, so perhaps
someone more knowledgable can chime in, and/or you can ask the auto* gurus
directly like you suggest.

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