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Re: macro database -- c++ macros

From: Guido Draheim
Subject: Re: macro database -- c++ macros
Date: Fri, 05 Jan 2001 20:11:38 +0100

I am currently waiting for an announcement on the autoconf-list
for an information that the move is complete. The old place
however responds and it is obviously up to date.

If anyone is interested, I go used to use a set of autoconf-extensions 
for more than one project of mine, and I had a need to carry them around
to a number of places where I work, so I wrote an autotools-enabled 
package that installs the autoconf-archive.tar.gz along with my 
own macros by doing the usual gnu-strokes on the keyboard. May be
it useful for some other people too, have a look at the current tarball
at and go
ahead to use it for your own ones. Note that this is not actually
meant for public distribution, this has to be left to Peter Simons.

have fun,
-- guido                                Edel sei der Mensch, hilfreich und gut
31:GCS/E/S/P C++$++++ ULHS L++w- N++@  d(+-) s+a- h.r(*@)>+++ y++ PS++PE 5++X-

Bernard Dautrevaux wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Enrico Sirola [mailto:address@hidden
> > Sent: Thursday, January 04, 2001 4:33 PM
> > To: address@hidden
> > Subject: macro database -- c++ macros
> >
> > hello,
> > I'm going to autoconfiscate a new opensource project
> > (QuantLib -- see if you are
> > intrested,
> > it's a library for quantitative analisys in finance). The library is
> > entirely written in c++, and i should write a set of macros to check
> > for non standard compilers behavior. Does any1 know if there is a
> > macro
> > repository/database with some ready-to-use macros fo c++. If yes,
> > these
> > would be of great help.
> Hi,
>         There's quite a lot of those at
>, although I think I remember this
> is in the process to move to another location (you should search the mailing
> list archive for the current location though, as I don't remember the
> correct one, but today the address above still respond...
> > Thanks in advance,
> You're welcome,

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