[webkit-dev] Question for people working on ports

George Staikos staikos at kde.org
Fri Sep 30 08:37:10 PDT 2005

On Thursday 29 September 2005 17:08, Maciej Stachowiak wrote:

> On Mac OS X, the easiest way to do this is to make sure these
> definitions are included in the per-project prefix header. The Xcode
> build system will tell gcc to make a precompiled header out of this,
> and then automatically pass it as a prefix header to all gcc
> invocations. I don't know if other build systems have anything
> analogous. Another possible alternative is to make sure these
> declarations go in config.h, and then force every source file to
> include it. But that's a little ugly and furthermore hard to
> maintain, since forgetting a config.h include will not lead to a
> build failure but will cause incorrect code to be generated.
> So does anyone have any experience here? I'd like the solution to
> work at least on Linux, Windows and Symbian Series 60.

  I don't know of anything on Linux that would make this convenient and work 
on a range of systems out there today.  I think ugly is the only approach.

George Staikos
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