> 2009/9/18 Adolfo Rodríguez <dofo79@xxxxxxxxx
>> Hi all,
>> We recently updated from the stable to the development branch of eigen to
>> try out the new SVD implementations. In doing so we encountered a nasty name
>> clash, which is not eigen's fault, but for archival purposes I think it's
>> good to comment it here on the list, just in case someone else bumps into
>> It turns out that including termios.h (definitions used by the terminal I/O
>> interfaces) defines the macro B0 (specific offending header:
>> bits/termios.h), which incidentally is a local variable in
>> Core/products/GeneralBlockPanelKernel.h. We currently get away with the
>> situation by undefing B0 in the corresponding file, but this is an ugly hack
>> in the long run. Since there is no chance that those legacy termios macros
>> will change, could it be possible to rename the temporaries in
>> Core/products/GeneralBlockPanelKernel.h to slightly less generic names?
>> (prepending/appending 1-2 characters should be enough).
> This isn't the first time that we have to #undef very polluting
> symbols from standard headers: we already have to undef "vector" from
> Apple's altivec.h, and "minor" from the GNU libc headers, among
> bits/termios.h isn't a C++ header, it's a C header, so in fact it's
> just an "accident" that you can use it in C++, so i'll just #undef B0.
> FYI, in C++, the reserved symbols that the standard library may claim
> must start _ and then a capital letter, e.g. _B0.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Adolfo Rodríguez Tsouroukdissian, Ph. D.
>> Robotics engineer
>> PAL ROBOTICS S.L
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