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SubjectRe: 2.4.9 does not compile [PATCH]
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>    Its actually basically impossible to do back compat macros
> with this mess. Your original smin() umin() proposal was _much_ saner.
>
> I don't see how you can logically say this.

Because it would have been trivial to provide back compatibility macros to
provide sint_min/sint_max on 2.2. Now all I can do is make -ac use sint_min
sint_max and friends (or typed_min to be exact) and make 2.2 and -ac
compatible

> My sint_min() etc. version broke things just
> as equally because it had:

Nothing like as badly.

Alan
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