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Re: [vox-tech] can I make gcc masquerade as non-gcc?
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Re: [vox-tech] can I make gcc masquerade as non-gcc?

Aha... I'm embarrassed... that was about 3 pages below where I got fed 
up and stopped reading the gcc man page.

FWIW, this does deal with the errors that I was getting previously, but 
now I get a linker error (Undefined symbols: _localtime_r).  Alas, this 
is stuff from the Fink unstable distribution... fortunately, it's not 
that important to me :)


Matt Roper wrote:
> Would adding -U__GNUC__ to gcc's command line help?  -U is the opposite
> of -D; it undefines a macro (as if you put an #undef in the code).
> Matt
> On Tue, Sep 17, 2002 at 01:34:42PM -0700, Matt Holland wrote:
>>Hey all,
>>I'm trying to compile libdv on my Mac (I know, OS X, a little off-topic 
>>:).  I keep running into problems where preprocessing and parsing fails 
>>because the code has lots of
>>#ifdef __GNUC__
>>blocks in it.  This wouldn't be a problem, but for the fact that it 
>>seems that the version of gcc that I'm using (Apple calls it 
>>gcc-937.2... boy are they ahead of their time; it's based on gcc-2.95.2) 
>>doesn't seem to like the code that it gets (something about "rolled-up" 
>>syntax that's supposed to be supported by gcc).  I suppose I could go 
>>through and replace #ifdef __GNUC__ with #ifdef __FUBARC__ or something 
>>like that, but there are many instances in multiple files involved, so 
>>it would be nice if I could just change something in the top-level 
>>Makefile or pass an option to the configure script (tho I don't see any 
>>options that seem appropriate) to undefine __GNUC__ globally.
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