A thought about this - how about converting pgpiperead() and
pgpipewrite() into functions intead of macros (on win32 - still
redifining them on != win32), mimicking the behaviour of read() and
write()? Then we could do awya with the #ifdefs at the points where its
used, and just expect the normal Unix behaviour?

//Magnus


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