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reply resistor mac.com writes:
I'm compiling GDC on my FreeBSD machine now, and it seems to be working OK.  One
caveat:  FreeBSD (and I suspect all BSDs) need to be detected the same as Mac OS
X in terms of nan.h et al.  I'm pretty sure that that arrangement of headers as
well as the lack of an fmodl is common to all systems with the BSD LIBC.

Owen
Mar 22 2004
parent reply resistor mac.com writes:
Well, the compiler seems OK, but compiling Phobos fails:

gdc -o gcc/config.o -g -O2 -I ../../gcc-3.3.3/gcc/d/phobos -I
./../gcc-3.3.3/gcc/d/phobos/internal/gc -c gcc/config.d
./../gcc-3.3.3/gcc/d/phobos/std/c/stdio.d(239): identifier 'Csnprintf' of
'gcc.config.Csnprintf' is not defined
gmake: *** [gcc/config.o] Error 1


In article <c3odae$2dsu$1 digitaldaemon.com>, resistor mac.com says...
I'm compiling GDC on my FreeBSD machine now, and it seems to be working OK.  One
caveat:  FreeBSD (and I suspect all BSDs) need to be detected the same as Mac OS
X in terms of nan.h et al.  I'm pretty sure that that arrangement of headers as
well as the lack of an fmodl is common to all systems with the BSD LIBC.

Owen

Mar 22 2004
parent reply "David Friedman" <d3rdclsmail earthlink.net> writes:
The error is due to a lack for FreeBSD-specific code. See my message for
"release 1c".  For now, you could try copying the darwin-specific portions.

Does FreeBSD not have any long double math functions or is just fmodl
missing?

In article <c3odnu$2en2$1 digitaldaemon.com>, "resistor"
<resistor mac.com> wrote:

 Well, the compiler seems OK, but compiling Phobos fails:
 
 gdc -o gcc/config.o -g -O2 -I ../../gcc-3.3.3/gcc/d/phobos -I
 ./../gcc-3.3.3/gcc/d/phobos/internal/gc -c gcc/config.d
 ./../gcc-3.3.3/gcc/d/phobos/std/c/stdio.d(239): identifier 'Csnprintf'
 of 'gcc.config.Csnprintf' is not defined gmake: *** [gcc/config.o] Error
 1
 
 
 In article <c3odae$2dsu$1 digitaldaemon.com>, resistor mac.com says...
I'm compiling GDC on my FreeBSD machine now, and it seems to be working
OK.  One caveat:  FreeBSD (and I suspect all BSDs) need to be detected
the same as Mac OS X in terms of nan.h et al.  I'm pretty sure that that
arrangement of headers as well as the lack of an fmodl is common to all
systems with the BSD LIBC.

Owen


Mar 23 2004
parent resistor mac.com writes:
http://www.dinkumware.com/conform_c.html#freebsd_results

There's a large number of the optional C95 math ops that are not implemented in
the FreeBSD libc.  The above link has conformance test information about it.
Note that OS X uses the FreeBSD libc, so any problems with it will affect OS X
(and I suspect all the other BSDs as well).

Owen

In article <20040323.173001.496987743.15787 earthlink.net>, David Friedman
says...
The error is due to a lack for FreeBSD-specific code. See my message for
"release 1c".  For now, you could try copying the darwin-specific portions.

Does FreeBSD not have any long double math functions or is just fmodl
missing?

In article <c3odnu$2en2$1 digitaldaemon.com>, "resistor"
<resistor mac.com> wrote:

 Well, the compiler seems OK, but compiling Phobos fails:
 
 gdc -o gcc/config.o -g -O2 -I ../../gcc-3.3.3/gcc/d/phobos -I
 ./../gcc-3.3.3/gcc/d/phobos/internal/gc -c gcc/config.d
 ./../gcc-3.3.3/gcc/d/phobos/std/c/stdio.d(239): identifier 'Csnprintf'
 of 'gcc.config.Csnprintf' is not defined gmake: *** [gcc/config.o] Error
 1
 
 
 In article <c3odae$2dsu$1 digitaldaemon.com>, resistor mac.com says...
I'm compiling GDC on my FreeBSD machine now, and it seems to be working
OK.  One caveat:  FreeBSD (and I suspect all BSDs) need to be detected
the same as Mac OS X in terms of nan.h et al.  I'm pretty sure that that
arrangement of headers as well as the lack of an fmodl is common to all
systems with the BSD LIBC.

Owen



Mar 23 2004