Problem with a header file
Wed Sep 16 19:22:00 GMT 1998
On Wed, 16 Sep 1998, Dr. Volker Zell wrote:
> vzell:/src/oracle/oci> make oci02
> gcc -o oci02 oci02.c -I. -I/usr/local/include/oci80 -lociw32 -loci
> In file included from oci02.c:64:
> \usr\local\include\oci80\oratypes.h:169: parse error before `ub8'
> \usr\local\include\oci80\oratypes.h:169: warning: data definition has no type or storage class
> \usr\local\include\oci80\oratypes.h:183: parse error before `sb8'
> \usr\local\include\oci80\oratypes.h:183: warning: data definition has no type or storage class
> make: *** [oci02] Error 1
> The problem is in the oratypes.h include file:
> When I change line 169 (and the same in 183) from
> typedef unsigned _int64 ub8;
> typedef unsigned int ub8;
^^^^^^^^^^^^ wrong size!
That's because _int64 is not a built-in type for GCC; it is for MSVC and
a few other win32 compilers however, and that's there's code out there
that trips over this.
Easiest fix, in oratypes.h:
typedef unsigned long long ub8;
typedef unsigned _int64 ub8;
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