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Fwd: Re: Sv: Sv: TODO

Ooops. Replied to the private copy instead of the public one :+)

----------  Mail forwarded (Author is Christian Reiniger)...  ----------
Subject: Re: Sv: Sv: TODO
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 1999 18:33:49 +0200
From: Christian Reiniger <warewolf@mayn.de>

Bjarke Hammersholt Roune wrote:

>VC++ can also read makefiles, but not the kind PPlay uses right now. The by
>far most convinient thing for VC++ developers is to have a VC++ workspace
>and project file.

So we'll do that. What about compatibility between VC++5 and VC++6 project

>I don't know the situation for other Win32 compilers.

We can't do anything about that until someone volunteers to maintain such a

>That reminds me, would it be ok to include a VC++-specific pragma in each
>very-frequently-used-header? (this pragma would of course be excluded by the
>precompiler if the preprocessor symbols that signify that VC++ is the
>compiler is being used is not defined) The pragma I'm thinking about is
>#pragma once
>It means that VC++ will know that a specific file should only be opened
>once, even if its included several times. Its faster than inclusion guards.



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