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Re: [DotGNU]pnetC on OS X

From: Mario D. Santana
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]pnetC on OS X
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2003 11:20:12 -0400


The broken pre-processor might be the one Apple shipped with gcc 2.95.1, before they went with 3.1 for more recent releases. I still have gcc 2.95.1, but I can't seem to find a cpp to go with it. The MacOS X machines at the SourceForge compile farm seem to be down at the moment, but they might have the older versions installed. I'll check later.



On Thursday, August 14, 2003, at 03:33 AM, Rhys Weatherley wrote:

On Thursday 14 August 2003 01:22 pm, Mario D.Santana wrote:
Are they?  They seemed to be hard coded into cscc.  There was some
#ifdef'd code for OS X that quoted the values to -D while constructing
the call to the preprocessor -- removing the quoting seemed to fix it
for me.  I submitted a small patch to Savannah that does this, hoping
there isn't some overriding reason for them...

Many months ago, some people reported problems with MacOS X not handling
spaces in cpp arguments too well.  Quoting fixed that.  Looks like some
versions of cpp under MacOS X don't have this bug. I'll scratch my head and come up with a better scheme that will work with both broken and non-broken



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