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From Lee Fellows <lfell...@4lane.com>
Subject RE: Enabing Rewrite as a DSO throws DEAPI warning message
Date Fri, 16 Aug 2002 14:45:23 GMT
On Fri, 2002-08-16 at 10:36, Milind Sawant wrote:
> thanks for the info
> 
> still 2 questions
> 1) How to figure out if a module uses EAPI?

  I do not know of any way to determine this other then examining the
  source to see if EAPI is checked for during compilation.  If 
  the source shows alternate build paths based upon EAPI being defined,
  then one can assume it uses it if -DEAPI is defined during the build
  process.

> 2) what is DEAPI?

  It is '-DEAPI' and is a flag to the compiler, used by conditionals
  in the source to determine which code gets built or bypassed.  By
  specifying -DEAPI, EAPI becomes 'defined', ie has a non-null value,
  for use in testing by 'ifdefined EAPI' constructs during the build
  process. 


  HTH
> 
> let me know
> 
> thanks
> 
> Milind Sawant
> Web Administrator (Apollo)
> TCS
> 
> +0041 1 288 4675
> 



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