cygwin g++ strictness

Václav Haisman v.haisman@sh.cvut.cz
Fri Oct 31 13:04:00 GMT 2008


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John Emmas wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Václav Haisman"
> Sent: 31 October 2008 11:54
> Subject: Re: cygwin g++ strictness
>>
>> Try getting preprocessed source to see where int32_t get defined to
>> anything else than typedef of int.
>>
> I quite like this idea because I can see that this situation is going to
> cause me lots of problems - in fact, it's ALREADY causing me lots of
> problems... :-)
> 
> Can you expand on that suggestion please?  Where is the preprocessed
> source available?  If you mean searching through Cygwin's normal header
> files it would be very difficult to track this down (although I agree with
> you - int32_t must be getting defined differently, somewhere).
I mean the -save-temps switch of GCC.

> 
> John
>

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