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Re: Another gcc34 question

From: Matthew Dillon <dillon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 16:09:29 -0700 (PDT)

:I've noticed that some (maybe all?) kde ports don't compile
:with gcc34 -- as far as I can tell because this test in
:/usr/X11/include/qglobal.h fails:
:#elif defined(__FreeBSD__) || defined(__DragonFly__)
:Now, when I grep thru the headers in /usr/include I find
:many places where the very same test is used.
:First -- I'm wondering if by using gcc34 to build world/kernel
:all of those tests fail, just like the test fails for kde ports?
:Second -- where are those variables defined?  The only place I've
:found the definitions is in dragonfly.h in the gcc2 sources directory.
:Is this why gcc2 works and gcc34 doesn't work for kde?
:Thanks for any clues.

    Our gcc2 defines both __FreeBSD__ and __DragonFly__.  Our gcc34
    defines only __DragonFly__.  This is on purpose.

    I don't know why the conditional above failed, it shouldn't have.
    When I compile a program with gcc34 the conditional works:

    #if defined(__DragonFly__)

    % setenv CCVER gcc34
    % cc x.c -o x
    % ./x

					Matthew Dillon 

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