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32-bit gcc help



I'm trying to compile a 32-bit program on my Alpha.  The configure
script is expecting 32-bit integers:

  checking "size of time_t"... "bad"
  configure: error: "one or more basic data types has an incompatible size: giving up"

How do I force gcc to compile with 32-bit integers?  I tried
passing "-msmall-data" as part of the CFLAGS variable.  Some
architectures allow for a "-m32", but Alpha isn't one of them.  Thanks
for any tips.


Jiann-Ming Su
"Yeah, Lois, that'll be about as much fun as a lecture on
 				   ontological empiricism."  --Peter Griffin



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