[webkit-dev] __APPLE__ ifdefs
jhaygood at spsu.edu
Thu Apr 6 12:12:37 PDT 2006
On 4/6/06, Mike Emmel <mike.emmel at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 4/6/06, Darin Adler <darin at apple.com> wrote:
> > On Apr 5, 2006, at 8:40 AM, Mike Emmel wrote:
> > > A lot of code is currently ifdef __APPLE__ some of it looks by
> > > inspection fairly generic. I'm assuming that that several are
> > > temporary and related to the on going Win32 port from reading the
> > > comments. I'd be intrested if someone could provide a little bit
> > > of background on the current state of the __APPLE__ ifdefs in the
> > > code and if I'm right in suspecting that a lot will go away as the
> > > Win32 port matures. For Linux I'm intrested in getting some of the
> > > code paths that are currently ifdefed out as apple specific
> > > working. So am I correct in my analysis ?
> > Since right now tip of tree WebCore only compiles for Windows and
> > Macintosh, many ifdefs are sloppy.
> > We'd like to move to the Platform.h configuration system used in
> > Instead there would be ifs like PLATFORM(MAC), PLATFORM(WIN) and
> > other ifs for things like processor and low level OS. We've deployed
> > I'd love to see patches right now to straighten this out and make
> > things better for platforms other than Windows and Macintosh.
> > I don't expect that this will all get fixed automatically as the
> > Windows port matures. Sure, we'll need to turn on more code for
> > Windows and so there will be fewer ifdefs, but we might still have
> > __APPLE__ ifdefs that really mean "not Windows" and other mistakes
> > like that. There's no time like the present for fixing as many of
> > these as possible.
> Okay I've got a bug out on the PLATFORM stuff someone at apple can
> convert a few files and and example and post I'd be willing to clean
> this up as I see it. I've not seen PLATFORM(MAC) etc macros used yet.
> > -- Darin
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