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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Multiprocessing and remote processing committed to CVS

From: Holger
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Multiprocessing and remote processing committed to CVS
Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 17:53:53 +0200

At 16:50 30.05.2003 +0200, Olivier Baur wrote:

BTW, is there any place where I could put down some written doc about my code? Or should I just put this as /* C comments */ in the source files?

Well documented code is always a very nice thing.

Another thing: you will find new lib/vector_xxx.c/h files; they are used for vector computing, which is currently deactivated by the #define VECTOR 0 macro. I didn't have time (well, name it rather "courage") to remove all my vector code and maintain two branches.

IMHO it should be ok to leave the code there if it's guarded with #if or #ifdef and it might be used for any platform or in the near future. Other opinions?

Last thing: you may have to remove the "-framework Carbon" linker tag in the main Makefile (which is specific to MacOS).

This could be if-guarded as well.



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