[FIX] DOUBLE_WORD_ORDER autoconf fix for gcc 3.2

Lars.Dornheim at Student.Uni-Magdeburg.DE Lars.Dornheim at Student.Uni-Magdeburg.DE
Wed Apr 23 01:51:38 UTC 2003

Ned Konz wrote:
> On Tuesday 22 April 2003 04:41 pm, 
> Lars.Dornheim at Student.Uni-Magdeburg.DE wrote:
>>>int main(void)
>>>      union { double d; int i[ sizeof(double) / sizeof(int) ]; }
>>>d; d.d = 1.0;
>>>      return d.i[0] == 0;
>>>which seems to work right (for me, anyway) with and without
>>>The attached patch to acinclude.m4 should work. Though it should
>>>of course be tested by people on different platforms.
>>>You have to apply it to platforms/unix/config/acinclude.m4, and
>>>then run "make" in that directory first.
>>That's quite the same, I wrote a month ago. I got a message, that
>>Ian already incorporated my patch, but it has not appeared on his
>>UNIX web site since then, I think.
> Ah, I missed that. I wish I'd seen it; I wouldn't have spent the time 
> to figure it out myself.
> Have you heard back from Ian

Yes, but indirectly. I got this quoted message from Bert, who got a mail
from Ian:

> > I'll adopt the proposed change immediately.  


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