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Re: typedef int wchar_t;
Alexander Nasonov <alnsn%yandex.ru@localhost> wrote:
> Yes, it's a builtin type and it worries me. Why does g++ compile
> it? Something's wrong but I don't know exactly what and why.
> PS g++ compiles this typedef only if it appears in a file in a
> system directory (-isystem option).
/* If the user tries to redeclare bool or wchar_t (with, for
example, in "typedef int wchar_t;") we remember that this is what
happened. In system headers, we ignore these declarations so
that G++ can work with system headers that are not C++-safe. */
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