INT_MAX definition in gmp-impl.h conflicts with limits.h
vincent at vinc17.net
Wed Nov 23 17:05:54 CET 2011
On 2011-11-23 15:35:33 +0100, Marc Glisse wrote:
> Ah. Maybe including limits.h in gmp-impl.h before defining INTMAX and such?
AFAIK, redefining standard macros when the corresponding header
(here <limits.h>) has been including is not allowed by the C standard.
So, problems might appear...
I think the real fix would be not to reuse the standard macro names.
For instance, GMP could define GMP_INTMAX and so on for its own use.
> It is already done for CRAY, I could make it be included also in C++/glibc
> when the #include <string> defined some macro characteristic of libc++.
> Actually, tests.h already includes config.h. If there is a dependency
> between tests.h and gmp-impl.h, we should probably include one in the other,
> but config.h is not such a dependency.
Ah, OK, I didn't see this.
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