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When compiling with the CLANG compiler on FreeBSD 10, the configure.ac check for isinf() fails with the message "error: controlling expression type 'int' not compatible with any generic association type".
This is because the script checks using "isinf(1)", and CLANG does not automatically convert this to a float or double, and gets mad about it. Annoying, I know.
I have a patch I'm currently testing that changes this to "isinf(1.0)". I will post it if Mono successfully compiles on my machine.
Created attachment 6940 [details]
Patch to fix the isinf() test in configure.ac
Alright, I tested my patch and it made Mono compile successfully under CLANG on my FreeBSD 10 machine. I've attached the proposed patch.
Applied in 5d0df9e2c0be5b2376d96bc90dee4edd43152afe. Thanks.
This can be set to verified fixed.