On Fri, Jun 06, 2014 at 11:43:03AM +0200, Karsten Blees wrote:
> [...] Assume all other callers are written
> 'mingw_foo', as suggested by Hannes, and no one except 'mingw_foo'
> has the need to call MSVCRT's 'foo' directly. Then its irrelevant
> whether the #undef is at the top or immediately before 'mingw_foo'.
Yet there is still danger that someone calls foo() by mistake.
It is still best to have a protection:
#define foo choke_here_do_not_use_this
> Thinking about this some more, the best solution is probably to
> eliminate the problem altogether by adding inline-wrappers for
> required CRT-functions, e.g.:
Yes, this is acceptable. But I wouldn't pollute mingw.h. You can do
it on top of mingw.c like this:
static inline int crt_gethostname(char *host, int namelen)
return gethostname(host, namelen);
#define gethostname please_call_the_mingw_or_crt_version
This would also be an acceptable solution, though I still prefer my
solution, because, as you put it:
> Having the #undef in close vicinity of the function definition
> helps removing it when it's no longer needed.
PS: Anyway, this is another patch which I can mark as "too much
discussion, try later." Then I can proceed and submit your unicode
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