On Tue, 5 Nov 2002 at 23:41, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Reinhard Max writes:
> > Would it work for you, if only the preprocessor macro definitions were
> > derived from perl?
> Nope. I don't want to trust anything that comes from Perl.
Me neither, but I think there is no other chance.
> Why not just define _GNU_SOURCE in some strategic place? (But
> please not on the command line.)
As far as I understood our Perl guy, anything that embeds Perl _has_
to (or at least _should_) be compiled with the same preprocessor
defines. It might depend on the platform and compile-time
configuration of Perl which defines are needed for a particular
So why not let Perl itself tell what switches it needs?
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