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Re: porting to BS2000 (OSD_POSIX) (ITS#2560)
Using _OSD_POSIX seems counter to the purpose of autoconf
(to "detect" the feature)... is there a better way?
Also, I assume HAVE_EBCDIC implies literals are EBCDIC.
Maybe we need another macro to say that literals are ASCII but
EBCDIC is used elsewhere.
Guess I need to review exactly how HAVE_EBCDIC is used...
At 02:22 AM 8/12/2003, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Kurt Zeilenga wrote:
>> In your patch, you note:
>> /* The autoconf does not detect correctly EBCDIC */
>> I rather see autoconf fixed to properly detect EBCDIC. If an OpenLDAP specific
>> fix is needed in the short-term, I rather see this contained to configure.in
>> than acconfig.h.
>dnl Check if system uses EBCDIC instead of ASCII
>AC_DEFUN([OL_CPP_EBCDIC], [# test for EBCDIC
>#if !('M' == 0xd4)
>if test $ol_cv_cpp_ebcdic = yes ; then
> AC_DEFINE(HAVE_EBCDIC,1, [define if system uses EBCDIC instead of ASCII])
>That is the place where we detect EBCDIC. (in build/openldap.m4).
>When I am using "CC=cc -K literal_encoding_ascii; export CC ; configure" the
>(pre)compiler handle the 'M' in ASCII therefore EBCDIC is not detected.
>Adding a #if !defined(_OSD_POSIX) before include <__ASCII__/generate_error.h>
>solves my problem.
>> I suggest this issue be discussed on the developers' list.