Re: uint64_t fails with C++

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> It's nothing to do with autoconf really, configure correctly finds
> uint64_t, your C program then checks for UINT64_MAX or a uint64_t
> macro instead of #include <config.h> and checking for HAVE_UINT64_T.

HAVE_UINT64_T is *not* defined in my <config.h>...

> C++ compilers do not get these definition from stdint.h unless
> __STDC_LIMIT_MACROS is defined, the macros are in C99 and later, but
> were not in the C++ standard of the day (I don't know if they're in
> later C++ standards), so aren't defined for C++ compilers by
> default.

I still don't understand the details of the autoconf problem (and I
still think that something is fishy), but defining this macro works
just fine :-)

Thanks for your assistance!


    Werner

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