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Bug #1335

fenv.h not in standard location

Added by mneumann about 12 years ago. Updated about 12 years ago.

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Hi,

I can find fenv.h here:

/usr/src/lib/libm/arch/i386/fenv.h

but not in /usr/include. The same is true
for the manpages which are here:

/usr/src/lib/libm/man

But again not in standard locations.

So, programs can't use fenv.h without knowing the exact directory.
Is there a reason why this is the case?

Regards,

Michael

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#1

Updated by swildner about 12 years ago

fenv.h is in /usr/include here. When did you do the last upgrade? It
came in quite recently.

About the manual pages, I'm not I understand the question. The directory
you give is for the source. From there it's installed to /usr/share/man
upon installworld.

Sascha

#2

Updated by mneumann about 12 years ago

Am Dienstag, 14. April 2009 18:33:33 schrieb Sascha Wildner (via
DragonFly issue tracker):

Sascha Wildner <> added the comment:

fenv.h is in /usr/include here. When did you do the last upgrade? It
came in quite recently.

I installed the 2.2 release!

Hm, are you sure that this is integrated with the installer?
Can anyone who has installed via the installer confirm that fenv.h is
missing (or not)?

Regards,

Michael
#3

Updated by swildner about 12 years ago

fenv(3) came in after 2.2.

Sascha

#4

Updated by mneumann about 12 years ago

On Tue, 14 Apr 2009 19:49:12 +0200
Sascha Wildner <> wrote:

Ah, then this issue can be closed.

Thanks,

Michael

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