f/ansify.c uses ANSI features

Zack Weinberg zackw@stanford.edu
Fri Apr 6 18:00:00 GMT 2001

On Fri, Apr 06, 2001 at 08:33:05PM -0400, John David Anglin wrote:
> > John David Anglin wrote:
> > > This problem was noted when I attempted to do a full build
> > > under vax ultrix starting with the native compiler.  The file
> > > f/ansify.c contains a number of ANSI features (function declaration
> I believe that the problem was introduced by this patch:
> 2000-11-10  Zack Weinberg  <zack@wolery.stanford.edu>
>         * Make-lang.in (f/fini.o, f/proj-h.o): Remove pointless sed
> 	munging of source file name.
> 	($(srcdir)/f/intdoc.texi): Break up into several rules each of
> 	which builds just one thing.  Don't mess with $(LANGUAGES).
> 	(f/ansify.o, f/intdoc.o): Remove unnecessary rules.
> Previously, f/intdoc.texi was only rebuilt if it was out of date with
> respect to the following source files: f/intdoc.c, f/intdoc.in, f/ansify.c,
> f/intrin.def and f/intrin.h.  However, the patch changed the dependencies
> and now f/intdoc.texi always gets rebuilt in a clean build.  However, this
> won't work if the initial compiler is non ANSI.

What's f/intdoc.texi doing getting built in stage 1?  Nothing from the
Fortran directory should be touched until after gcc is available.


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