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Sat, 21 Jul 2001 06:08:43 +0200
Why does _AC_PROG_CXX_EXIT_DECLARATION try '#include <stdlib.h>' first,
before the trying the prototypes?
Here's the ChangeLog entry:
2001-01-22 Lars J. Aas <address@hidden>
* aclang.m4 (_AC_PROG_CXX_EXIT_DECLARATION): First try no declaration,
then '#include <stdlib.h>', before trying the explicit declarations.
Is there any chance left that the explicit declaration will be used?
I ask that because it breaks my configure script. There's e.g. a check
for select(), which has its prototype included by <stdlib.h> on my
system. Of course this fails when checking for select with the C++
You may say I should use the C compiler for this test, but since I use
this function in C++ code I should check it with the C++ compiler, too.
Anyway, what's the sense of that behaviour?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated,
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