Re: compiling and gcc2.7.0

From: David Fox <>
Date: Wed, 22 May 1996 12:30:50 -0400

Jonathan Berry writes:

> stk.h includes string.h and memory.h. When STk is compiled using C++,
> the entire stk.h file is enclosed in an extern "C" environment. For
> some reason which I haven't taken the time to determine, including
> string.h and memory.h in such an environment bombs the compilation
> with g++2.7.0. I have have no problem with 2.7.2 or 2.6.3.
> Moving the includes of string.h and memory.h outside of the extern "C"
> solves the problem in 2.7.0.

Adding *additional* includes of string.h and memory.h before the
include of stk.h (rather than actually moving the includes out of
stk.h) is enough to get around the problem.
David Fox   	xoF divaD
NYU Media Research Lab			   baL hcraeseR aideM UYN
Received on Wed May 22 1996 - 18:30:36 CEST

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