On Sat, Feb 22, 2003 at 09:14:43AM -0600, Matthew Vanecek wrote:
> I don't think that will work. I can never get ecpg to recognize
> typedefed structs, even when declaring the typedefed struct within a
> DECLARE SECTION.
Now that I do not understand. What exactly doesn't work? do you have a
> Probably doing the sizeof calculation within ecpg would be the proper
> way to go, and using that value in the ECPGdo call instead of
> sizeof(whatever). With respect to C++, anyhow. I'm sure the developers
But that would mean you cannot precompile on one machine for usage on
> would accept a patch, but realize that ecpg generates native C code, and
> follows C conventions. C++ may parse the code differently in some
> cases. Your best bet is going to be using the C compiler on these files
> to generate you object code, and your C++ compiler on your native C++
> code, as Peter suggested.
I agree as well.
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