On Sat, Aug 23, 2008 at 9:15 PM, Arnaud Le Blanc <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Saturday 23 August 2008 20:16:16 Pierre Joye wrote:
>> >> > +# ifndef HAVE_U_INT32_T
>> >> > + typedef uint32_t u_int32_t;
>> >> > +# endif
>> >> > +#endif
>> >> I don't understand this part. If HAVE_U_INT32_T is not defined, you
>> >> still use u_int32_t?
>> > If HAVE_U_INT32_T is not defined that means that u_int32_t is not defined.
>> > So I define u_int32_t it to uint32_t. This makes sense for me.
>> It defines unint32_t not u_int32_t. The define should be HAVE_UINT32_T
>> if what you test is uint32_t.
> This is a typedef, not a #define ;)
HAVE_U_INT32_T is a define or a /D (or whatever uses other compilers) :-)
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