On 28 Aug 2003, Peter Poulsen wrote:
> Lars Clausen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> On 28 Aug 2003, Peter Poulsen wrote:
>>> I have been looking at the code for Dia, and found that a lot of
>>> variables of the type 'real'. I have never seen that type before. Is it
>>> defined in some header-file, or is it an ordinary C-type? If the later
>>> is the case could somebody then point me in the direction of some
>>> info... it is causing me a lot problems as every non-int computation
>>> seems to go completely insane.
>> It's defined in lib/geometry.h to be a double. What system is this on?
>> Solaris again?
> Im running Gentoo 1.2. It's compiled with gcc-2.96.3, I don't know iff
> that could cause any problems.
I guess that's means an x86 system, then. Wasn't 2.96 the strange CVS
snapshot gcc version that RedHat picked? You might want to try either 2.95
or a 3.x, if those are handy for your system.
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