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Re: [Gnash-dev] how to handle hash_map

From: Rob Savoye
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] how to handle hash_map
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 09:24:36 -0700
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Jim Garrison wrote:

I just committed code that makes the hash class use hash_map. Do we have any way of testing the build using VC++?

I believe all the VC++ compilation support has likely bit-rotted. It used to be built in using the Cygwin make, with a command line VC++. The Makefile are still there, but things have changed so much in the last few months, they'd need alot of work.

For win32, I believe Firefox does use VC++, so a plugin should too. I'd prefer sticking to GCC where possible, but somehow I doubt Firefox uses Cygwin or MingW. I don't have any win32 machines around here, and haven't for a long time, so I have no idea.

It would be nice to find a "clean" win32 developer that could take on maintaining Gnash on that platform...

I think I will plan on keeping the hash class in container.h because this way, we do not need ifdefs in every file to use stdext::hash_map on

Sounds good, I like reducing #ifdef clutter where possible. Simplifying the existing code is still a good improvement.

As another thought, does anyone have any idea what the following segment of code does in container.h?

  It's a VC++ issue I'd guess...

        - rob -

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