Standardising #if and #if defined
17 Apr '12 04:04
It has been on our radar for a while and was recently pointed out by
Totte as a problem for the Borland compiler that libSBML is not
consistent in the use of #if (WIN32) or #if defined (WIN32).
We propose to standardise on #if defined (WIN32) but wanted to check
whether people were in the habit of using
#define WIN32 0
which of course means that the change in libSBML could potentially
change functionality for people.
We will at the same time standardise any use of #if and defines
(__cplusplus is also used inconsistently).
Let us know if you have any objections to this change.
The LibSBML Team
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