I've included <cstddef> into a project of mine in favour of <stddef.h>. When I tried to compile my project, I get 50+ errors stating that types such as "::size_t", "::div_t" and "::abort( )" have not been declared even though <cstddef> includes <stddef.h>.
I've tried searching both the global namespace and the standard namespace, but neither way works. At this moment in time, I don't have any compiler options enabled that may affect the way identifiers are defined, C++11 isn't enabled (which doesn't affect the <cstddef> header anyway), the project is a C++ project, and I've tried using the plain old <stddef.h> header, but the problems still persist.
I'm using GNU's C++ compiler ("__GNUG__" is defined).