C99 types patch
ewalsh at tycho.nsa.gov
Wed Oct 21 20:56:46 PDT 2009
On 10/05/2009 10:08 PM, Eric Anholt wrote:
> On Mon, 2009-10-05 at 15:35 -0400, Adam Jackson wrote:
>> On Sun, 2009-10-04 at 12:08 +1100, Daniel Stone wrote:
>>> On Fri, Oct 02, 2009 at 01:42:50PM -0700, Jamey Sharp wrote:
>>>> On 64-bit systems, int and pointers don't have the same size, so GCC gives
>>>> warnings about casts between int and pointer types. However, in the cases
>>>> covered by this patch, it's always a value that fits in int being stored
>>>> temporarily as a pointer and then converted back later, which is safe.
>>>> Casting through the pointer-sized integer type intptr_t convinces the
>>>> compiler that this is OK.
>>>> Signed-off-by: Jamey Sharp <jamey at minilop.net>
>>> Alan, Matthieu -- is this portable enough?
>> intptr_t is part of stdint.h in C99, but seems to also be in unistd.h in
>> UNIX98, which is nearly universal by this point unlike C99.
>> I would love love love to see us move entirely to stdint types instead
>> of the mess we've got now.
> Yes. Yes yes yes.
I have a patch sitting around that does this, guess I'll float it.
The key file is x11proto/Xmd.h. Xdefs.h and X.h also have some
redefinitions. I just moved what I could into Xmd.h since both other
headers include it.
The behavior in configure.ac is kind of naive. The proper solution
probably involves some kind of Xmd.h.in file.
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