If you use cpphs as a library, there is an API called runCpphsReturningSymTab. Thence you can throw away the actual pre-preprocessed result text, keep only the symbol table, and lookup whatever macros you wish to find their values. I suggest you make this into a little code-generator, to produce a Haskell module containing the values you need.
On 5 Oct 2013, at 21:37, Ömer Sinan Ağacan wrote: > Hi all, > > Let's say I want to #include a C header file in my Haskell library > just to read some macro definitions. The C header file also contains > some C code. Is there a way to load only macro definitions and not C > code in #include declarations in Haskell? > > What I'm trying to do is I'm linking my library against this C library > but I want to support different versions of this C library, so I want > to read it's version from one of it's header files. The problem is the > header file contains some C code and makes my Haskell source code > mixed with C source before compilation. > > Any suggestions would be appreciated, _______________________________________________ Haskell-Cafe mailing list Haskell-Cafe@haskell.org http://www.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/haskell-cafe