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- From: "Artem B. Bityuckiy" <mail_lists at mail dot ru>
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 11:48:49 +0400
- Subject: limits.h question
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I'm using gcc-3.2 for arm-elf target.
Configure command line is:
--host=i686-pc-linux-gnu --target=arm-elf --enable-libstdcxx-v3
--with-target-short-wchar --norecursion --with-headers=/home/...
I'm using gcc with Newlib-1.11.0.
I need to have correct MB_LEN_MAX macro in my programs. This correct
value is defined in Newlib's limits.h. But gcc masks Newlib's limits.h
by its own limits.h version witch defines MB_LEN_MAX as 1. GCC's
limits.h doesn't include Newlib's limits.h recursively.
GCC 3.2.2 on my RH9 Linux host doesn't has such problem - his limits.h
have a directive '#include_next <limits.h>'.
I need to have such a directive in my gcc-3.2. How can I do this?
It seems that limits.h is generated file - there is no such file in gcc
sources. Also, as I've found, gcc-3.2 adds such '#include_next' when is
configured to i386-linux target. Some utility 'fixinc' exists in gcc
source tree which as I've investigated fixes gcc's includes.
Please, tell me how to fix gcc-3.2. May be I should add some 'configure'
option... Any helpful links ?
Thanks a lot.