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    • Karl Wette's avatar
      Keep using old LAL complex structs in these .c files · db6fe6c1
      Karl Wette authored
       * #define LAL_USE_OLD_COMPLEX_STRUCTS in .c files which still use old
         LAL complex structs. (Definition must appear before any LAL header
         #include.) Code in these files can be ported to using C99 complex
         datatypes individually, after which the #define should be removed.
      Original: d06603e939d9676dcd9016318e96126c6b51c113
      db6fe6c1
    • Karl Wette's avatar
      Allow LAL code to begin to use C99 complex datatypes · 25cb256f
      Karl Wette authored
       * A ./configure macro checks that memory layout of C99/C++ complex types
         are identical to the old LAL complex structs. If true, each .c file can
         then chose which complex datatype to use - C99 or LAL - while being
         able to call code defined in another .c file which may have used a
         different complex datatype internally.
       * If LAL_USE_OLD_COMPLEX_STRUCTS macro is not defined (i.e. by default),
         use C99 complex datatypes. Define macros for constructing C99/C++
         complex numbers, and accessing/assigning real and imaginary parts.
         Macros use some GCC extensions where available.
      Original: ba26dab7e236328ebe597d8be7320d21c5be67eb
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