Fri Oct 10 02:34:00 GMT 2003
I've asked this question before, but never got a
response: Is it possible / desirable to put multipurpose,
platform-specific helper classes in their own
sourcefiles in order to avoid win32.* and
posix.* becoming too monolithic? How would this
work from a configure.in / Makefile.am standpoint?
There must be a more elegant way to do this than
to unconditionally compile such files and surround
them by #ifdef WIN32...#endif guards.
If this is not desirable, why not?
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