[aspectc-user] __declspec issues
HAWKINSJ at uk.ibm.com
Wed Aug 18 16:59:57 CEST 2004
Hmm, I got to get this working in opensource so purchased products aren't
in the picture :-(
However, I got this working (at some level) by using the --vc option
(thanks to Matthias Urban <matthias.urban at pure-systems.com> ) and then I
had to use the --problem flag (don't really know what it does but it got
rid of some more errors that I was having with "string"
I've still got issues with other stuff and I think I mailed Matthias
directly by mistake so hopefully he'll copy everyone on the reply if it
helps anyone else !
<daniel.lohmann at i
angen.de> John Hawkins/UK/IBM at IBMGB
18/08/2004 15:04 aspectc-user at aspectc.org
Re: [aspectc-user] __declspec
Most of the MS-specific language extensions are only parsed correctly
with the commercion version of ac++.exe, which is developed and sold by
pure-systems GmbH (http://www.pure-systems.com/) as part of their
As a workaround you may use "#ifdef __puma" which is defined during
parsing and weaving:
#define STORAGE_CLASS_INFO __declspec(dllexport)
or, as a more general solution
John Hawkins wrote:
>I'm trying to make ac++ trace sample work against a "simple" class.
>However, the class has the following code snippet in one of its included
>"STORAGE_CLASS_INFO int initialize_module(int bServer);"
>where STORAGE_CLASS_INFO is a macro for "__declspec(dllexport)" (a windows
>I'm getting the error -> error: invalid declaration near token `int'
>Why? I can only assume there is something wrong with ac++ handling of
>__declspec(dllexport)- but what?
>It's not an issue with the macro substitution because I have hardcoded it
>and still get the same error but i left it in for completeness incase
>someone knows otherwise.
>Compiler is MS VC6.0 (Yes, I know there are supposed to be issues but I
>only want to use it for trace at the moment so thought I could get away
>with it !)
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