24.09.2014, 15:25, Tom Lane kirjoitti:
Oskari Saarenmaa <o...@ohmu.fi> writes:
GCC 4.9 build on Solaris 10 shows these warnings about isinf:
float.c: In function 'is_infinite':
float.c:178:2: warning: implicit declaration of function 'isinf'
isinf declaration is in <iso/math_c99.h> which is included by <math.h>,
but it's surrounded by #if defined(_STDC_C99) || _XOPEN_SOURCE - 0 >=
600 || defined(__C99FEATURES__). A couple of quick Google searches
suggests that some other projects have worked around this by always
defining __C99FEATURES__ even if compiling in C89 mode. __C99FEATURES__
is only used by math.h and fenv.h in /usr/include.
Should we just add -D__C99FEATURES__ to CPPFLAGS in
src/template/solaris, add our own declaration of isinf() or do something
else about the warning?
I'm worried that __C99FEATURES__ might do other, not-so-C89-compatible
things in later Solaris releases. Possibly that risk could be addressed
by having src/template/solaris make an OS version check before adding the
switch, but it'd be a bit painful probably.
Based on the #if you show, I'd be more inclined to think about defining
_XOPEN_SOURCE to get the result. There is precedent for that in
src/template/hpux which does
I forget what-all _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED enables exactly, but if memory
serves there were a nontrivial number of now-considered-standard features
turned on by that in ancient HPUX releases. If you want to pursue this
route, you'd need to do a bit of digging to see what else _XOPEN_SOURCE
controls in Solaris and if there is some front-end feature macro (like
_XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED) that you're supposed to set instead of touching
Looking at standards(5) and /usr/include/sys/feature_tests.h it looks
like _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED enables XPG4v2 environment.
_XOPEN_SOURCE=600 enables XPG6, but feature_tests.h also has this bit:
* It is invalid to compile an XPG3, XPG4, XPG4v2, or XPG5 application
* using c99. The same is true for POSIX.1-1990, POSIX.2-1992, POSIX.1b,
* and POSIX.1c applications. Likewise, it is invalid to compile an XPG6
* or a POSIX.1-2001 application with anything other than a c99 or later
* compiler. Therefore, we force an error in both cases.
so to enable XPG6 we'd need to use C99 mode anyway. Could we just use
-std=gnu99 (with -fgnu89-inline if required) with GCC on Solaris? ISTM
it would be cleaner to just properly enable c99 mode rather than define
an undocumented macro to use a couple of c99 declarations.
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