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Re: [Tinycc-devel] Windows test suite, why 24_math_library is removed?

From: avih
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] Windows test suite, why 24_math_library is removed?
Date: Sun, 9 Oct 2016 14:35:11 +0000 (UTC)

round and several other floating point functions from math.h were not working on windows for some years, and around November 2015 I fixed most of those issues. However, I wasn't aware that some tests were disabled on windows due to the missing functions. Good catch (I'd leave it to you to re-enable them).

On Sunday, October 9, 2016 5:20 PM, Christian Jullien <address@hidden> wrote:

Hi again,
I see from test/test2/Makefile that 24_math_library is removed for Windows because of lack of round().
ifdef CONFIG_WIN32
SKIP += 24_math_library.test # don't have round()
With mob compiled with a recent MinGW gcc compiler.
This test is fully working. Can you reconsider to add it as part of standard tests suite.
I also note that 28_strings is removed because Windows lacks index/rindex (which is true).
Now, if you remove <strings.h> which was a BSDish include now removed from POSIX and replace
   printf("%s\n", index(a, 'o'));
   printf("%s\n", rindex(a, 'l'));
   printf("%d\n", rindex(a, 'x') == NULL);
By iso C equivalent functions:
   printf("%s\n", strchr(a, 'o'));
   printf("%s\n", strrchr(a, 'l'));
   printf("%d\n", strrchr(a, 'x') == NULL);
It works on Windows and should work on any system.

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