Problem with int types persists on nettle 2.4 and gnutls 3.0.19 on Solaris 9 Sparc

Bruno Haible bruno at
Sun May 6 12:34:38 CEST 2012

Niels Möller wrote:
> One possibility might be to not define the types at all, unless the
> gnulib application explicitly asks for them. Lots of applications want
> uint32_t, and I imagine a lot fewer have any need for int_fast*_t.

Yes. For this reason, libunistring installs a trimmed-down version of
gnulib's stdint.h, that defines only the int{8,16,32}_t types and not
all the rest (int64_t, int_least*_t, int_fast*_t, etc.). [1]



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