Am 17.05.2018 um 23:26 schrieb Anthony Walter:
I am working with some a glib library that expects gboolean to be positive 1 for true, yet FPC emits -1 for true. Is there a compiler flag to force boolean types to emit 1 instead of -1? If so, would there possibly be any side effects with other pascal code?
Why don't you use the glib2 unit which declares a correct gBoolean type (using Boolean32 which had been introduced for that purpose) and accordingly defined gTRUE and gFALSE?


Regards,
Sven
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