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D.gnu - Differentiating between 0.24 and 0.25

reply Bastian Mezurashii <bastian.mezurashii gmail.com> writes:
Is there any way to differentiate between GDC 0.24 and 0.25?

I am writing a library binding that needs siginfo_t, this is defined in 
gcc.configunix in 0.24 and gcc.config.unix in 0.25.

Is there a built in Version that I can use or would I have to define my 
own?

e.g.

version (GNU)
{
  version (Unix) 
  {
    version (OldGDC)
    {
      public import gcc.configunix;
    }
    version (NewGDC)
    {
      public import gcc.config.unix;
    }
  }
}
May 29 2008
parent David Friedman <dvdfrdmn users.ess-eff.net> writes:
The public module is std.c.unix.unix (or std.c.linux.linux).  The 
gcc.config* modules are implementation details and should not be used 
directly.

Bastian Mezurashii wrote:
 Is there any way to differentiate between GDC 0.24 and 0.25?
 
 I am writing a library binding that needs siginfo_t, this is defined in 
 gcc.configunix in 0.24 and gcc.config.unix in 0.25.
 
 Is there a built in Version that I can use or would I have to define my 
 own?
 
 e.g.
 
 version (GNU)
 {
   version (Unix) 
   {
     version (OldGDC)
     {
       public import gcc.configunix;
     }
     version (NewGDC)
     {
       public import gcc.config.unix;
     }
   }
 }
 
 
 

May 29 2008