cygwin g++ strictness
Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Thu Oct 30 22:35:00 GMT 2008
John Emmas wrote:
> When compiling things under cygwin I'm noticing that the compiler is very
> strict about things like typedef'd variables. For example if 'gint' is
> typedef'd as int and 'int32' is also typedef'd as int I can't pass an int32
> to a function that requires gint. This means I'm having to put dozens of
> casts all over the place. Is there any way to avoid this? e.g. a compiler
> switch that would make the compiler a bit more lenient?
This is gcc/g++ question, not a Cygwin one. Please find an appropriate
forum to ask this question if you can't find it in the available
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