Summary: version(Win32) vs version(Windows) in Phobos
--- Comment #0 from Richard Webb <we...@beardmouse.org.uk> 2011-02-19 08:23:08
If you try to compile various things in Phobos using -m64 on Windows, you get
various build failures which appear to be down to various std files doing
things in version(Win32) blocks, when 64bit builds only define 'Win64'.
line 28 of std.file imports various things for version(Win32), but later tries
to use those imports in version(Windows) blocks.
std.__fileinit declares and sets up 'useWfuncs' in a 'Win32' block. In this
case, can it be assumed that the Wide functions are always present in 64bit
std.system sets 'Family' to Win32 in 32bit builds, and asserts in 64bit builds.
I'm not sure if this needs a Win64 family or not?
std.stream, std.mmfile, and std.c.stdio all have similar issues.
I know that 64bit support on Windows is some way off, but it would be nice if
the front end stuff built at least.
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