compile with -DSTRICT
mstefani at redhat.de
Mon Oct 21 15:45:13 CDT 2002
On Mon, Oct 21, 2002 at 01:17:43PM -0700, Alexandre Julliard wrote:
> Michael Stefaniuc <mstefani at redhat.de> writes:
> > i'm not 100% sure what -DWINE_NO_STRICT should do, but i suspect it
> > should negate the effect of -DSTRICT. The attached patch enables that
> > and lets wine compile with -DSTRICT where WINE_NO_STRICT isn't defined.
> WINE_NO_STRICT not only undoes the effect of -DSTRICT, but it also
> makes handles UINTs, which -DSTRICT is not supposed to do. And the
> idea was that -D__WINE__ would implicitly force -DSTRICT so that you
Ok, that makes sense.
> don't have to specify it. But I agree the #ifdefs could be improved so
> that it still works even if you add -DSTRICT. Something like the patch
> below should work I think.
Yes, it works, could you please commit it?
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