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Re: [patch win32]: fix for PR target/41943

>>> 	(i[34567]86-*-mingw* | x86_64-*-mingw*): Use
>>> 	for float.h post, and for w64 targets stddef.h/stdarg.h pre
>>> 	fixing by include_next.
>> The mingw323 float.h is alrewady prefixed with
>> #include_next<float.h>
>> #ifndef _MINGW_FLOAT_H_
>> #define _MINGW_FLOAT_H_
>> ....
>> Postfixing  #include_next <float.h> onto gcc's float.h causes:
>> gcc -H -Wall f.c
>> . c:\mingw\bin\../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.6.0/../../../../include/float.h
>> .. c:\mingw\bin\../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.6.0/include/float.h
>> In file included from c:\mingw\bin\../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.6.0/../../../../include/
>> float.h:19:0,
>>                  from f.c:1:
>> c:\mingw\bin\../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.6.0/include/float.h:278:24: fatal error: float
>> .h: No such file or directory
>> compilation terminated.
>> Danny
> I know. But as the float.h from gcc's internal header always comes
> first in include order, this next_include in system-headers is wrong.
> I tried to move the order of includes, but this patch was rejected. So
> the way to solve this is by pre/post-fixing those headers to make sure
> that by default the system-header is included, too.
> If you prefer to have this change just for w64, I am fine.
> Regards,
> Kai

What is in the way for the formerly suggested solution for this,
ie. this one:
Which seems like a much cleaner solution to me (my opinion, of


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