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Re: Having to define _STANDALONE to get standard <time.h>
On Wed, Apr 17, 2019 at 08:27:02PM +0200, tlaronde%polynum.com@localhost wrote:
> In order to have only standard definitions in <time.h>, I have to
> define not standard macro _STANDALONE due to inclusion of <sys/time.h>
> (that does not only contain declarations but definitions of functions?
> In a header?).
It only includes <sys/time.h> if _POSIX_C_SOURCE, _XOPEN_SOURCE or
_NETBSD_SOURCE is defined.
> Shouldn't it be the reverse, not:
> #if !defined(_STANDALONE)
No, the parts protected by that #ifdef should not be available in a standalone
environment (that is for example bootloaders).
You did not describe what exact problem you are hitting. Therere are various
standards in several versions that describe different things that <time.h>
should export - maybe one of the ifdefs is wrong, but it is not the
_STANDALONE part directly.
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