what is the point of the IMPL_RTL_STRINGNAME macro?
sbergman at redhat.com
Thu Oct 31 09:58:49 CET 2013
On 10/31/2013 09:46 AM, Noel Grandin wrote:
> There are some odd macros here:
> which look like:
> #define IMPL_RTL_STRINGNAME( n ) rtl_string_ ## n
> and then they are used in the code like this:
> IMPL_RTL_STRINGNAME( release )( *pTarget );
> and in methods definitions like this:
> static IMPL_RTL_STRINGDATA* IMPL_RTL_STRINGNAME( ImplAlloc )(
> sal_Int32 nLen )
> I'm not seeing the points of these macros?
> They make the methods in questions invisible to OpenGrok and grep and
> they don't seem to add any value.
Those IMPL_RTL_* macros are for use in the #include "strtmpl.cxx" a few
lines further down. Sort of poor man's templates, to do code sharing
among string.cxx and ustring.cxx.
Uses of the macros directly in string.cxx could be resolved, of course.
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