> Ingres preprocessor does parse C and CPP code as well, ecpg does not.
> only parses stuff after an exec sql keyword is found. The only way for
> you get this going is to use "exec sql define" instead of "#define" as
> the former is parsed an honored by ecpg. Of course you could as well
> running cpp over the files before but that won't always work.
Looks like a lack of documentation. Maybe I am wrong, but I could not
find anything about the existence of "exec sql define".
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