[cairo] Re : Re : Re : Re : internal cairo include syntax seems not flexible enough, backward-compatible fix proposal.
fab672000 at yahoo.fr
Mon Sep 22 08:29:36 PDT 2008
Hey cool down Tor,
First it was just a question,
Second, I don't think that using any gcc or visualc (like vc6, vs2003 which I all use for testing purpose)
are shiny brand new compilers.
----- Message d'origine ----
De : Tor Lillqvist <tml at iki.fi>
À : Fabien Costantini <fab672000 at yahoo.fr>
Cc : cairo at cairographics.org
Envoyé le : Lundi, 22 Septembre 2008, 17h21mn 06s
Objet : Re: [cairo] Re : Re : Re : internal cairo include syntax seems not flexible enough, backward-compatible fix proposal.
> Does cairo bother with Borland or others dynosaurs compilers like the ones
> you mention anyway ?
Perhaps *you* are only using the most cool, shiny and free toolchains,
but I thought cairo was supposed to be portable to a wide range of
platforms, also such that might use some ancient or weird compilers
with conventions that differ from those of the One True Compiler?
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