I've been beating my head against the wall on this one.

I'm trying to evaluate a condition and declare or conditionally #define a macro 
within an Objective-C method function that can be checked within a c function.

Ideally, I'd just like a #define, but this 
 like it to be a BOOL or, since this is going to be checked in c, a bool.

I've tried all sorts of combinations of #define and extern and checking with 
#if and #ifdef if I can even get this to compile.

The C file can't import the header of the Obj-C file or else I've got a few 
hundred errors on my hands.

I can't even get the #define to be recognized in the C file.

Any pointers here on how to proceed?

I'm looking to declare or define a "thing" from a .m method that is scoped so 
that it can be checked within a c file that can not import the .h file for that 
.m file.

Will I need an intermediate file and class for this?

Alex Zavatone

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