eggert at CS.UCLA.EDU
Thu Feb 23 06:28:14 UTC 2006
Bennett Todd <bet at rahul.net> writes:
> localtime.c:331: warning: comparison is always false due to limited range of data type
This is due to what I've always considered to be a bug in GCC.
See, for example,
I've never gotten around to fixing it, but in the meantime I would
ignore that message.
>> (If so then a #ifdef or two should fix the problem on systems
>> based on a moderately modern glibc,
There's no easy way to use #ifdefs, since the values in question
(e.g., the number of bits in a time_t) can't be computed by the
>> should be added to the list of CFLAGS adjustments in the
Hmm, your compiler has long long and INT64_MAX, but not LLONG_MAX?
Which compiler is this? Which header defines INT64_MAX? Does your
compiler have stdint.h? If so, does -DHAVE_STDINT_H work? It's what
the Makefile recommends.
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