Problem (with fix) concerning GMP's C++ random number class
Thu, 07 Nov 2002 07:25:50 +0100
Kevin Ryde wrote:
> Roberto Bagnara <email@example.com> writes:
>>a strictly conforming C++ compiler,
> For instance? g++ 3.2 -pedantic has no objections to the current
For instance Comeau C++ compiler with option --strict and (IIRC,
but I don't have it handy at the moment) Intel's icc compiler
with the -Xc option (select strict ANSI C/C++ conformance dialect).
However, the point is that the code I have indicated violates the
standard; as C++ compiler are moving more and more towards standard
conformance the problem may show up at any time with any compiler.
>>+ extern "C" typedef void GMP_RANDINIT_DEFAULT(gmp_randstate_t);
> Can this be private to gmp_randclass, or given within the definitions
> of the constructors? If not then they'll want to be prefixed like
> __gmp_randinit_default_t, or some such.
You are right of course (indeed I was expecting Gerardo, as the father,
of the C++ interface, would elaborate on the idea so as to suit his taste).
I will provide a better patch at the soonest (since I really hope it could
be incorporated in the next GMP's release).
All the best
Prof. Roberto Bagnara
Computer Science Group
Department of Mathematics, University of Parma, Italy