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sun cc -pedantic

From: Peter Bunclark
Subject: sun cc -pedantic
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2008 12:37:11 +0000 (GMT)

Hi AutoConf,
        I had 3rd-part software configure fail on Solaris with
"sizeof(char)".  It turns out that they include -pedantic; the -pedantic
check tests that cc -pedantic returns without error. The sun compiler can
legally use cc -p -e dantic which returns without error causes no
executable to be formed.

Later, the sizeof(char) test tries to compile with cc -pedantic and fails.

If I hack the configure script just after the -pedantic test:
                           try_link="`$CC -pedantic -o conftest$ac_exeext \
                                    conftest.$ac_ext 2>&1`"
                           if test -z "$try_link"; then

it runs through without problems.

Can I pin this one on you?


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