Predefined C defines
Ian Lance Taylor
Tue Aug 15 17:35:00 GMT 2006
> Normally there are #defines build into compilers to detect compiler type,
> version and chip types.
> Is there a list of these some place
> I seem to remember I could wrap code around an #ifdef _GNU so that when
> the compiler would change I could alert others to compiler specific
> sections of code.
The exact set of predefined macros will vary depending on the command
line arguments. You can see them by doing this:
gcc -E -dD -x c /dev/null
along with whatever other arguments you want to pass.
gcc does not define _GNU, but it does define __GNUC__.
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