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Re: The history of stdint.h ?

From: walt <wa1ter@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 06:18:51 -0700

Jeroen Ruigrok/asmodai wrote:
...If you got specification questions try asking me.

Thanks! I do have a puzzle for you: I've been comparing several OS's and find they are remarkably different WRT stdint.h.

FBSD5 and NetBSD-CURRENT both have stdint.h in /usr/include/sys
and a symlink pointing to it from /usr/include.

OpenBSD-CURRENT (forging orthogonally as usual) has no stdint.h.

DFly has *three* stdint.h's:  /usr/include, /usr/include/sys, and
/usr/include/machine -- all different.

So, why three different stdint.h in DFly?

For the present, I'm just trying to get GRUB to compile, and I can see
that this header is involved somehow.

So, how about you tell us what the actual issue is comlpete with error

That or I'll compile the port myself today. :P

Well, I solved the compilation problem: I did 'CCVER=gcc34 make' and I nearly fell off my chair when it worked :o)

The finished grub executable doesn't quite work, unfortunately -- it
doesn't recognize my disks when using the grub interactive shell.  Any
hints would be welcome.


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