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When we add #include "stdint.h" file in our code we are getting catastrophic error.

softune compiler is looking for "stdint.h" file.

would require "stdint.h" file. related to softune compiler.

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Hello,

C99 is supported partially by Softune C/C++ compiler as listed below and we don't have plan to update it. So for your case, you may not use that .h in your code.

/***********************/

The following four items were supported from language specification of the C99 standard.

- _Bool

- stdbool.h

- Warning messages for the functions without prototype declaration

- Warning messages for the declarations without type specifier

/***********************/

Best regards,

Amy Wang

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HongyanW_86
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Hello,

Stdint.h is supported by C99 after but our current Softune C compiler just support C89.

//FR Family SOFTUNE C/C++ Compiler Manual for V6
/***************************/
The compiler confirms to the following standards.
• C language
- American National Standard for Information Systems Programming Language C, X3.159-1989. (Abbreviated to
"ANSI standard" in this manual.)
- ISO/IEC 9899:1990 - Programming languages -- C. (Abbreviated to "ISO/IEC 9899:1990" in this manual.)
/***************************/

Best regards,

Amy Wang

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Hello,

C99 is supported partially by Softune C/C++ compiler as listed below and we don't have plan to update it. So for your case, you may not use that .h in your code.

/***********************/

The following four items were supported from language specification of the C99 standard.

- _Bool

- stdbool.h

- Warning messages for the functions without prototype declaration

- Warning messages for the declarations without type specifier

/***********************/

Best regards,

Amy Wang

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