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Re: [MXE mingw] "unknown type name 'int64_t'" with --enable-64 when comp

From: Philip Nienhuis
Subject: Re: [MXE mingw] "unknown type name 'int64_t'" with --enable-64 when compiling mex files
Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2014 11:05:20 -0700 (PDT)

Rafael wrote
> Hi,
> I got the same problem here, but including 
> <stdint.h>
>  on mxarray.h worked for me.
> mxeoctave was compiled on a Debian system with --enable-64 flag.

Thanks for the suggestion.
I think this can be applied to the benefit of other packages that won't
install due to this error. Can't remember which ones; there's a short list
(8 pcs) of failing packages included in mxe-octave on the task tracker
(https://savannah.gnu.org/task/?13313, original post), one or two also had
this error.

In the mean time I have replaced the "offending" .mex files in the io
package by .oct files; those work fine. I doubt the io package will ever be
run on Matlab, so I think .mex files have no place in the io pkg anyway.
FYI, io-2.2.4 is on the package release tracker right now.


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