>> so, the attached ceil.c example file *can* be compiled by "CC" (the
>> Studio C++ compiler), but *cannot* be compiled using "cc" (the Studio
>> C compiler).
>> $ CC ceil.c
>> $ cc ceil.c
> Did you try to link in the math library -lm? When I did this your test
> program worked for me and that actually is the first test that the
> configure does.
>> 5. Looking into configure.log and searching on `ceil' results: there
>> was a check for the availability of `ceil' for the C compiler (see
>> config.log.ceil). This check says `ceil' is *available* for the "cc"
>> Compiler, which is *wrong*, cf. (4).
> See above, it actually is right when you link in the math lib.
Thankt for the tipp! Yes, if using -lm so the Studio C compiler "cc"
works also fine for ceil.c:
$ cc ceil.c -lm
>> So, is there an error in the configure stage? Or either the checks in
>> config.log.ceil does not rely on the avilability of the `ceil' funcion
>> in the C compiler?
> It looks to me like the lbat configure test is not linking in the math
Yes, the is no -lm in configure:84213 line.
Note the cheks for ceil again, config.log.ceil. As far as I unterstood
these logs, the checks for ceil and for the need of -lm deliver wrong
configure:55000: checking if we need -lm for ceil
configure:55104: result: no
configure:55115: checking for ceil
configure:55115: result: yes
So, configure assumes "ceil" is available for the "cc" compiler without
the need for -lm flag - and this is *wrong*, "cc" need -lm.
It seem for me to be an configure issue.
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