R.J.Shearman at warwick.ac.uk
Tue Sep 9 10:18:16 CDT 2003
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alexandre Julliard [mailto:julliard at winehq.com]
> Sent: 09 September 2003 03:13
> To: Robert Shearman
> Cc: wine-devel at winehq.com
> Subject: Re: Using limits.h
> "Robert Shearman" <R.J.Shearman at warwick.ac.uk> writes:
> > I'm trying to use the default limits.h installed on my Debian
> Woody system,
> > so that I can use either LLONG_MAX or LONG_LONG_MAX in Wine. Does anyone
> > know of anything special I have to define so that these are
> defined? I have
> > tried __USE_ISOC99, but no joy.
> If you have to do some special magic to get them, it's a clear sign
> that these symbols are not portable and should not be used.
Should I just use the constant that LONG_LONG_MAX equates to and put this
into the source file then? Is this portable (i.e. is long long 64bits on all
On another note, how would you feel to adding a new debugging function (say
debugstr_lld) to print out the decimal value of long longs?
More information about the wine-devel