Re: Probable multiarch related problem in finding header file posix_types_32.h
* Steve Langasek [2012-02-14 09:29 -0800]:
> Where we've run across similar problems with posix_types.h in the recent
> past, it has indeed been due to the use of "gcc -I-".
Drafts of the C89 and C11 standards read:
| A preprocessing directive of the form
| # include "q-char-sequence" new-line
| causes ... If this search is not supported, or if the search fails,
| the directive is reprocessed as if it read
| # include <h-char-sequence> new-line
| with the identical contained sequence (...) from the original
GCC's texinfo documentation (for version 4.4) of both options, -I- and
-iquote, doesn't seem to contain anything that would contradict the
> ultimately though I think this is a bug in linux-libc-dev for using
> #include "" here.
Or it is a bug in the preprocessor, i.e., gcc?