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14 Apr 2024 23:36:13 EDT (-0400)
  Re: Hgpovray38, current state  
From: jr
Date: 2 Jun 2020 10:30:00
Message: <web.5ed66158b933d8374d00143e0@news.povray.org>
hi,

"Mr" <mauriceraybaud [at] hotmail dot fr>> wrote:
> ...
> > > 8>..\..\source\parser\parser.cpp(12022): error C2065: 'ssize_t' :
> ...
> > you can fix the ssize_t error by defining it as a signed integer such as
> > int_least32_t
>
> I don't know if that was any sensible thing to do but, in parser.cpp, line 12022
> and 12023 I made a few attempts at replacing "ssize_t"
>
> ssize_t idx1 = std::min(Local_Vector[0], Local_Vector[1]);
> ssize_t idx2 = std::max(Local_Vector[0], Local_Vector[1]);
>
> First by "int_least32_t" and then by "unsigned int" and finally "int_least64_t",
> but every time only got an  error "conversion de 'size_t' en 'int', perte

> processor machine.
>
> Any further advice?

taking that error (from clean source, I assume) means that, for some reason, no
header is included which provides 'ssize_t'.  after a quick look on my system, I
think including 'unistd.h' would do.  alternatively, you could, at the top of
whichever .cpp file, add a definition (ideally with a '#ifndef' guard) like:
  #define ssize_t int

POSIX guarantees a max of 32767, I think.

hth.



regards, jr.


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