pjones at redhat.com
Thu Feb 3 12:48:17 PST 2000
On Sun, 16 Jan 2000, Monty wrote:
> > Well, it goes into the header for the interface as size32; If I were to
> > write a program that tries to use the interface, and didn't have `size32'
> > declared in _its_ code, here's what I get:
> > cc foo.c -o foo
> > In file included from foo.c:1:
> > /usr/include/cdda_interface.h:29: parse error before `size32'
> > and a long list of other errors caused by that.
> (sorry for leaving this go a couple weeks)
> Yeah, you're right and there's no way around it. After thinking about it, I'd
> already modified Vorbis to do something more sane about fixed with types,
> specifically using the intN_t and u_intN_t types, and having the autoconf
> script fill *those* in if they didn't already exist.
> Did you do anything similar in the paranoia III tree yet? If not, I'll do
I havn't done anything to it.
Any connection between your reality and mine is purely coincidental.
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