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[Bug 357941] arith.h defines INT_MAX when it shouldn't



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https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=357941


John Ellson <john ellson comcast net> changed:

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--- Comment #8 from John Ellson <john ellson comcast net>  2008-10-02 19:48:17 EDT ---
I've forgotten what my conclusion was on this, but it looks as though I made
one change.   limits.h is now included unconditionally by arith.h before
testing  #ifndef INT_MAX, so it looks to me like this should work if limit.h is 
included again either before or after arith.h.

If limits.h doesn't exist on SGI's then i don't understand why I haven't heard
complaints about this.

Could you test with rpms from www.graphviz.org to see if this problem still
exists?

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