From: Guillaume Melquiond (guillaume.melquiond_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-03 06:12:42
Le jeudi 02 juin 2005 à 17:43 -0500, Rene Rivera a écrit :
> Rene Rivera wrote:
> > Guillaume Melquiond wrote:
> >> I had tried to make the library work on this compiler by enabling the
> >> C99 mode (header <fenv.h>). But unfortunately it seems the compiler does
> >> not define the __USE_ISOC99 macro. Perhaps there is another macro to
> >> express this capability, but I was unable to find it (I don't have
> >> access to this compiler). Does this compiler support <fenv.h>?
> > Don't know if it supports fenv specifically, but it does support some
> > C99 features.
> > I'll go test this now. :-)
> OK looked at the code it's not C99 language features that are needed but
> C99 library features. MSL seems to support fenv.h in both PPC and X86,
> regardless of whether the C99 language features are used or not (the
> _option(c99) stuff). So I change the check that was their for C99 to
> also use that when defined(__MSL__). All the tests now pass.
About adding a GCC check because of the GCC asm in the PPC specific
file, there is already one in fact. I had already added it, when I
learned GCC was no more the only compiler to be available on PPC. I just
had forgotten about it. :-)
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