__WINE__ vs. __WINESRC__
dmitry at baikal.ru
Sun Dec 22 03:44:25 CST 2002
"Dimitrie O. Paun" <dpaun at rogers.com> wrote:
> Here is another problem: we are currently defining the __WINE__ symbol
> to signal the headers that we are compiling Wine. This is fine. The
> problem that I'm facing is that there are apps (such as wxWindows) that
> want to know that they are _compiled_ (not run) under Wine.
> All platforms (and Wine is a platform, even if a virtual one) define
> standard symbols by default: __WIN32__, __MINGW32__, you name it.
Compiling under Wine should not IMO require defining additional symbols
except probably __WIN32__.
> There are valid reasons for a program to be able to test that
> is being compiled under Wine, and not under MinGW for example.
What are that reasons? Care to list some of them?
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