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Re: Aliases ...

Let's look closer at one example:
../sysdeps/ieee754/dbl-64/s_isinf.c:29: warning: âisinfâ aliased to undefined symbol â__isinfâ

The function is:

__isinf (double x)
	int32_t hx,lx;
	lx |= (hx & 0x7fffffff) ^ 0x7ff00000;
	lx |= -lx;
	return ~(lx >> 31) & (hx >> 30);
hidden_def (__isinf)
weak_alias (__isinf, isinf)

And the warning appears for the weak_alias.  If I change it to:
weak_alias (__GI___isinf, isinf)

Everything is fine.

so, is this the right way to do - and should we add a new macro, e.g.
hidden_weak_alias to use in place of weak_alias above?

Or how should this be solved to make GCC happy - and be convenienent
for glibc?

 Andreas Jaeger,,
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