| On Friday, February 27, 2004, at 05:43 PM, Fred Kiefer wrote:
| > Manuel Guesdon wrote:
| >> On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 08:34:52 +0100 Philip Mötteli
| >> <address@hidden> wrote:
| >> >| >| Am 27.02.2004 um 00:26 schrieb Chris B. Vetter:
| >> >| > This looks like a compiler (include) problem. You might
| >> try out
| >> >| > Manuel's suggestion and export -D_GNU_SOURCE before your run
| >> configure.
| >> >| >| I did this, but I have the impression, this haven't
| >> more >| information:
| >> >| >| server:/usr/src/gnustep/core/base # env|grep CFLAGS
| >> >| CFLAGS=-D_GNU_SOURCE
| >> >| server:/usr/src/gnustep/core/base # pwd
| >> >| /usr/src/gnustep/core/base
| >> >| server:/usr/src/gnustep/core/base # env|grep CPPFLAGS
| >> >| CPPFLAGS=-D_GNU_SOURCE
| >> ....
| >> >| checking whether precompiler handles LONG_LONG_MAX... yes
| >> ...
| >> Should be OK.
| > Is there any way to include this setting into make? Up to now I
| > took it for granted that my Suse Linux didn't have long long support
| > and never thought about it.
| I don't know why it isn't automatically defined. From what I've read
| via google, if you need it, you should just define it. Although I
| think we might have to think a little about the implications of
| defining it everywhere. I'd prefer just to define it where it is