Is there a way I can define uint64_t maximum to desired value? asked 5 years ago viewed 99462 times active 2 years ago Visit Chat Linked 26 “Uint32”, “int16” and the like; are they standard c++? 18 Fixed-width integers in C++ 7 Weird vBulletin ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. jfigus closed this Oct 2, 2014 ibc commented Oct 2, 2014 Sure, thanks a lot.
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configure:4494: $? = 1 Anyhow, inIn both cases (Debian and OSX) the resulting crypto/include/config.h after calling ./configure includes: #define HAVE_UINT64_T 1 #define HAVE_STDINT_H 1 jfigus commented Oct 1, 2014 If that's Code: #include
not found checking for system md5 library ... Originally Posted by OVERPOWER8 Thanks, but that's only long long. I try this by modifying test/rtpw.c to include stdint.h. Error Unknown Type Name Uint32_t User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License.
Browse other questions tagged c++ or ask your own question. Uint32 C++ Header Are backpack nets an effective deterrent when going to rougher parts of the world? weidezhang referenced this issue Oct 4, 2014 Closed application build break on libsrtp #72 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. jfigus commented Oct 1, 2014 What happens for you when you add the additional include shown below... #include // size_t #include // uint8_t, etc #include #include int main(int argc, char* argv)
This answer does not address the question. –IInspectable Jan 4 at 14:34 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1358307 jfigus commented Oct 2, 2014 Closing this issue for now since it appears to be resolved. Uint32_t Header Linux Also see this question and this question –Chris Frederick May 16 '11 at 4:49 3 Looking at the file I found "ISO C99: 7.18 Integer types
The time now is 03:58 PM. Wrong password - number of retries - what's a good number to allow? share|improve this answer edited Nov 15 '11 at 23:13 answered Mar 2 '11 at 2:33 templatetypedef 199k44496753 4 You can also use Boost's cstdint implementation. –Peter Huene Mar 2 '11 Most of these header files should be private. Uint64_t C++
An experiment is repeated, and the first success occurs on the 8th attempt. To use it you have to include
found checking for sig_atomic_t size ... 4 bytes checking for socklen_t ... C++ Uint32 If that doesn't give enough info. You signed in with another tab or window.
ibc commented Oct 1, 2014 BTW: could libsrtp use SRTP_ macro prefixes everywhere? However theoretically 8376a64 was about removing config.h from the public header, so having to manually include it in any project using libsrtp seems not very cool :) ibc commented Oct 1, found ------snip------ checking for PCRE library ... Uint64_t Header Later, I found a lot of those 'uint32_t': identifier not found errors.
May 16 '11 at 17:16 2 Yes it does. Thank you. Why are three-bladed helicopters relatively rare? configure:4494: $? = 1 configure: failed program was: When later libsrtp header is included into a project which already includes
So assume if I have 923372036854775807 If you want to initialize the numbers you just write a function that convert string to the int array. not found checking for OpenSSL md5 crypto library ... produces: error: 'std::string f(uint32_t)' previously defined here It seems the type mechanisms are working against each other: it can't figure out which conversion to use because each conversion is equally valid, I'll take a look at resolving the problem properly.
Or at least the function declarations and how you call it? –Joachim Pileborg Feb 23 '14 at 16:57 Are you using a compiler that has "long" as 32 bits?