[webkit-dev] CSS optional property names

Eric Seidel eric at webkit.org
Mon Jun 6 10:35:04 PDT 2011

I think our .in files get pre-processed.  So you can use normal c++
preprocessor definitions.


But I could be remembering wrong...

On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 4:25 AM, Alexandru Chiculita <achicu at adobe.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Until we have working CSS Regions and CSS Exclusions implementations we will
> guard the code with ENABLE_CSS_REGIONS and ENABLE_CSS_EXCLUSIONS. We also
> need to guard the property names in CSSPropertyNames.in and
> CSSValueKeywords.in using those flags.
> Has this been discussed before?
> Currently it is done by using different files for optional features. For
> example SVG has SVGCSSPropertyNames.in and SVGCSSValueKeywords.in that are
> only used for SVG enabled builds.
> Using a C preprocessor will require changing the comment style, because "#"
> is the prefix for directives in C preprocessors. Should I (1) update the
> file to "//" commenting style and use the C preprocessor or (2) just
> implement a simple syntax like the following one?
> -webkit-wrap-shape
> }
> For (1) we could also use the #include directive for the current approach
> #if defined ENABLE_SVG && ENABLE_SVG
> #include "SVGCSSPropertyNames.in"
> #endif
> Regards,
> Alex
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