[Ecls-list] Problem compiling latest CVS with mingw/MSYS under Windows.

John Connors johnc at yagc.ndo.co.uk
Thu Jan 20 03:21:16 UTC 2005

It`s possible that you should consider using #ifdef WIN32 when including 
win32 api relevant features used by both mingw and vc to be able to 
#include <windows.h> and <winsock.h> and the like, and _MSC_VER only for 
visual-C/C++ compiler related things (extended compiler keywords, 
workarounds for GNU-isms..I can't see why tcp.d would work only for 
Visual C/C++..

Cyborg Animation Programmer

John Connors wrote:
> There are similar problems with ecls/src/tcp.d - the #if  _MSC_VER 
> seemingly needs to be #if defined(_MSC_VER) || defined(mingw)..
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> Goffioul Michael wrote:
>>> ecls/src/error.d #inlcudes the windows header when compiled with MSVC 
>>> but appears to need it for mingw as well as FEwin32_error uses win32 
>>> API functions and is #ifdefe'd in for mingw and MSVC.
>>> I'm not sure if it's correct to inlcude windows.h for mingw here, but 
>>> that's my temporary fix.
>> An error of mine. Fixed.
>> Michael.
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