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#include<altivec> fails on darwin


Dear developers,
I have just build gcc-3.1.1 on MacOS 10.1.5 and tried to compile the following program with Altivec instructions:

#include <altivec.h> // (*)

int main() {
vector unsigned char v0;
vector unsigned short v1;
int g10;

g10 = 0;
v1 = vec_splat_u16 ( 9 );
v0 = vec_lvsl ( g10, (int *)&v1 );
v1 = vec_sr ( ( vector unsigned short ) v0, v1 );

return 0;
}

That is, I put the above lines into the file constants.c and did a

g++ -Wa,-force_cpusubtype_ALL -mabi=altivec -maltivec \
constants.c -o tmp

This produces a huge number of errors, all similar to the first one:

In file included from constants.c:1:
/usr/local/gcc-3.1.1/lib/gcc-lib/powerpc-apple-
darwin5.5/3.1.1/include/altivec.h:124:
declaration
of C function `vector float vec_ctf(vector int, char)' conflicts with
/usr/local/gcc-3.1.1/lib/gcc-lib/powerpc-apple-
darwin5.5/3.1.1/include/altivec.h:123:
previous
declaration `vector float vec_ctf(vector unsigned int, char)' here
...

However, if I change the line marked with a (*) in the original program to:

#include "/usr/local/gcc-3.1.1/lib/gcc-lib/powerpc-apple-
darwin5.5/3.1.1/include/alt\
ivec.h"

then the program compiles fine. What am I doing wrong?

Many thanks for your help,
Kaspar


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