Christian Ullrich <chris(at)chrullrich(dot)de> writes:
> * Peter Eisentraut wrote on Sunday, 2001-07-01:
>> Why not put the addition to config.h.in into config.h.win32? When doing a
>> native Win32 build config.h.in isn't used anyway.
> Because the '#define DLLAPI' in config.h.in -- from which the
> config.h for Unix and Cygwin/Win32 builds is generated -- is
> necessary to make the compiler happy about the modifications
> to the class declarations.
config.h.in is absolutely NOT the right place for platform-specific
I'd put this in the same category as DLLIMPORT, which is in c.h
(and just as ugly an example of Microsoft cultural imperialism,
but I suppose there's no point in arguing about it).
regards, tom lane
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