Re: Bug report: pango on solaris 7
- From: Joaquín Cuenca Abela <cuenca pacaterie u-psud fr>
- To: Shane Nay <shane minirl com>
- Cc: Chris Ralston <tsi perigee net>, gtk-i18n-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Bug report: pango on solaris 7
- Date: 10 May 2002 12:41:07 +0200
On Thu, 2002-05-09 at 19:24, Shane Nay wrote:
> On Thursday 09 May 2002 08:20, Chris Ralston wrote:
> > Pango 1.0.1 won't compile using the factory compiler on Solaris 7
> > (or "our installation of sol7", anyway) because of an "issue" in
> > modules/basic/tables-big.i. It chokes on the comment on line 166,
> > "ENC_KSC_5601, // 106". If the comment is removed it compiles and
> > runs fine. It really seems like this shouldn't be a problem, but
> > what can we say about closed-source compilers! :) :)
> > Hope this helps!
> C++ style comment in a C include. Were C++ style comments added to
> the newer standards for C?
Yup. Check the C99 standard.
Anyway I don't think pango should use C99 in headers. Remember that
headers are going to be used in C++ programs, and C++ standard is not
based (yet) in C99 (but, of course, it doesn't matters for *this*
particular C99 feature :)
> (Suns compiler is just being strict, not incorrect probably)
nope, it's just obsolete.
Joaquín Cuenca Abela
cuenca pacaterie u-psud fr
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