SCO port update - what now?
ajax at nwnk.net
Fri Jun 10 10:46:25 PDT 2005
On Friday 10 June 2005 13:09, Kean Johnston wrote:
> > Becuase not all (in fact many) compilers support #error, but not
> > #warning. Thats a GCC-ism. Unless you are refering to the change in
> Actually I mis-spoke. It is not a GCC-ism, I think it may be a C99ism.
> Bottom line is, not all compilers support it.
If we really don't want to require #warning, then we need to fix Mesa,
fontconfig, and the i810 and sis drivers as well.
I'm a bit dismayed that there exist compilers that don't simply throw out
unrecognized preprocessor directives (since you basically have to do that for
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