Fixing include quotes (was: Re: conformance test for ShellExecute)

Patrik Stridvall ps at
Tue Dec 31 05:41:39 CST 2002

> On December 30, 2002 03:41 pm, Patrik Stridvall wrote:
> > I'm already on it by improving winapi_cleanup.
> Very well, I've put you up for it instead. But make sure
> you don't over do it :) 

Well, for the future I have planned grouping and automatic
addition of #ifdef HAVE_ and that sort of things. That is
overdoing a little perhaps but it will look nicer. :-)

> It seems to me the algo is simple
> (if the include can not be accessed relative to the dir in
>  which the .c file is, change it to <>), 

This is that it already does I think.

Please try it out yourself.

> and the operation
> is really one time.

It depends what you mean by one time. People make mistakes.
winapi_cleanup does C++ comment to C comment conversion
and this is "one time" as well...

> So if you have something that works,
> let's just get the patch (and here I'm referring to the one
> that does the actual "" to <> change) in, and check this off.

I think it is better than Alexandre runs
	winapi_cleanup --include-quotes 
himself if he thinks it does the correct things.
If not please inform me what the problem is.

In my tree, the patch is over 800k.

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