Open Bug 482002 Opened 11 years ago Updated 7 years ago
.c include the upstream dtoa .c
I noticed that jsdtoa.cpp now uses #include "dtoa.c" to include dtoa.c. I like that organization as that makes it easier to upgrade to the latest version of dtoa.c. The attached patch does that for prdtoa.c. I didn't save the original dtoa.c, so I used the patches in bug 108305 to reconstruct it. I had to lose two pieces of code: 1. The FLT_ROUNDS code for Mac OS X. Since the comment says it is for deployment target < 10.2, and I think we don't need to support Mac OS X 10.2 today, it should be okay to lose this code. 2. The IEEE_ARM macro: it is only used in the Storeinc macro (which is dead code if HAVE_LONG_LONG is defined). So I removed it, and define IEEE_MC68k instead. If we only support __ARM_EABI__, we can lose this code completely.
This is prdtoa.c, with the proposed patch applied. It's easier to see the change this way than reviewing the patch.
Should you request review or ...?
I added dtoa.c dated Sun Apr 19 23:40:24 MDT 2009. RCS file: /cvsroot/mozilla/nsprpub/pr/src/misc/dtoa.c,v done Checking in dtoa.c; /cvsroot/mozilla/nsprpub/pr/src/misc/dtoa.c,v <-- dtoa.c initial revision: 1.1 done
Is this change still wanted? I looked a bit at this bug. There are some small changes between dtoa.c and the one I found here http://www.netlib.org/fp/dtoa.c Is there a more up to date version of dtoa.c? There are lot of changes between prdtoa.c and dtoa.c: are all because dtoa.c is more newer? Or there was some patches of mozilla on prdtoa.c?
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