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Re: updated win32 macro
>>>>> "Robert" == Robert Collins <email@example.com> writes:
>> | What does the high level interface do ? (I suggest it sets the
>> | named above, setting them to " " as a minimum if WIN32 is found,
>> and | nothing if it is not.
>> What's the point? Just define a user var to the proper flags if
>> needed, and set the current compiler to use it.
Robert> To enable the user to test for the win32 API in
Robert> (A few emails back now - the second half of the issue). I know
Robert> a lot of users will just be compiling a win32 only program and
Robert> don't care, but I work openBSD to windows _all the time_... On
Robert> second thought, lets just set WIN32="yes" if we found
Robert> it. That's fairly intuitive.
Then there is yet another thing to introduce IMHO, AC_SYS_WIN32 or so,
which does define this symbol to yes/no. You high level macro