Riccardo Mottola wrote:
>> Is there a float.h in your gcc install directory? Is it #included
>> instead of /usr/include/float.h by gcc? My faithful grep tool says:
>> -bash-2.05b$ grep FP_MINUS_INF /usr/include/*
>> /usr/include/float.h:#define FP_MINUS_INF 5
>> /usr/include/math.h:#define FP_MINUS_INF 5
>> The float.h that's part of gcc doesn't contain the defines.
> yes, exactly. lib/gcc/powerpc-ibm-aix184.108.40.206/3.4.5/include/float.h
> and indeed, it has not those defines.
> As far as I know, the gcc includes have always precedence. Maybe you
> should run a configure check?
> Do you know a workaround?
Something that may work would be to take the block of defines output by:
grep -p FP_MINUS_INF /usr/include/*
and add it to the math.h in the gcc directory. I don't have a 4.2 box
here so I can't test this, but the math.h in my gcc directory does
contain the defines. That math.h should be similar to the math.h in
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