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Re: 91-c++-exit-decl.patch

From: Alexandre Oliva
Subject: Re: 91-c++-exit-decl.patch
Date: 24 Dec 2000 01:41:46 -0200
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On Dec 23, 2000, Akim Demaille <address@hidden> wrote:

> +   '#include <cstdlib>
> +#include <stdlib.h>' \
> +   '#include <cstdlib>' \
> +   '#include <stdlib.h>' \

I wouldn't worry about these.  The C++ Standard mandates the presence
of <stdlib.h>.  But, if you really care, we should make sure the
selected declaration of exit works with *all* ac_include
alternatives, not with just one of them.  I suggest moving the
ac_declaration loop out of that of ac_include, and breaking out of the
first loop in case some test fails, and breaking out of the second
loop if all tests pass.  But I'd limit the ac_include loop to just
<stdlib.h> and no-includes.  Unless we test for cstdlib first and
#include it conditionally.  I don't feel a need for that, though.

Thanks for taking the time of implementing this!

Merry Christmas!

Alexandre Oliva   Enjoy Guarana', see
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