Assume C89 or later for math functions.
This simplifies the code, and makes it a bit smaller and faster, and (most important) makes it easier to clean up signal handling since we can stop worring about floating-point exceptions in library code. That was a problem before C89, but the problem went away many years ago on all practical Emacs targets. * configure.ac (frexp, fmod): Remove checks for these functions, as we now assume them. (FLOAT_CHECK_DOMAIN, HAVE_INVERSE_HYPERBOLIC, NO_MATHERR) (HAVE_EXCEPTION): Remove; no longer needed. * admin/CPP-DEFINES (HAVE_FMOD, HAVE_FREXP, FLOAT_CHECK_DOMAIN) (HAVE_INVERSE_HYPERBOLIC, NO_MATHERR): Remove. * src/data.c, src/image.c, src/lread.c, src/print.c: Don't include <math.h>; no longer needed. * src/data.c, src/floatfns.c (IEEE_FLOATING_POINT): Don't worry that it might be autoconfigured, as that never happens. * src/data.c (fmod): * src/doprnt.c (DBL_MAX_10_EXP): * src/print.c (DBL_DIG): Remove. C89 or later always defines these. * src/floatfns.c (HAVE_MATHERR, FLOAT_CHECK_ERRNO, FLOAT_CHECK_DOMAIN) (in_float, float_error_arg, float_error_arg2, float_error_fn_name) (arith_error, domain_error, domain_error2): Remove all this pre-C89 cruft. Do not include <errno.h> as that's no longer needed -- we simply return what C returns. All uses removed. (IN_FLOAT, IN_FLOAT2): Remove. All uses replaced with the wrapped code. (FLOAT_TO_INT, FLOAT_TO_INT2, range_error, range_error2): Remove. All uses expanded, as these macros are no longer used more than once and are now more trouble than they're worth. (Ftan): Use tan, not sin / cos. (Flogb): Assume C89 frexp. (fmod_float): Assume C89 fmod. (matherr) [HAVE_MATHERR]: Remove; no longer needed. (init_floatfns): Remove. All uses removed.
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