>Compilation with Intel C Compiler fails at link time. I tried with
>* CC=icc ./configure; make all test
> -> link error, log attached as icc_configure_make.log
I didn't see that attachment. Can you send it to me and Glenn directly?
The warning is just a repeat of the LSR issue; I restricted the fix to Visual C. It would be nice to know which compilers have the problem but it's not essential - we can just use the & 0x1f whenever compiling the compile-time version. The problem comes from an expression of this form:
(shift >= 32) ? (x >> (shift-32)) : (y >> shift)
The compiler complains when 'shift' is more than 32 (ANSI-C explicitly allows x>>32, but not x>>33). The expression can be rewritten several ways, but it's correct so if it's just a warning it can be ignored. (I set up the Visual C project to fail on warnings, so it can't be ignored...)