Mail Archives: djgpp/2002/04/07/09:30:23.1
Could you just elaborate on this a little bit??
I mean, what is the spec file used for??
This file contains the defined macros like -A(__i386__) -D__MSDOS__ etc.
If it is built into the compiler then how do you find out about them??
One option is -v, but this is specific to GNU C compilers.
What about other compilers like Watcom, Borland??
Pls. try to reply as comprehensively as possible.
One more question - in no relation with this topic.
How can I view & post messages offline??
I generally do it through Google groups.
But it is cumbersome.
Is there any free Usenet Server which supports offline browsing??
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DJ Delorie <dj AT delorie DOT com> wrote in message news:<200204021832 DOT g32IWW421701 AT envy DOT delorie DOT com>...
> > For example, there is one script - I don't remember the filename - in
> > DJGPP environment which sets these parameters like the type of machine
> > (-D__i386__ -Di386), the operating system being used (-D__MSDOS__
> > -DMSDOS) kind of things. I think DJ should be able to throw some more
> > light on it.....
> Sorry, it's built in to the compiler. Use "gcc -v ..." to see what's
> being defined, as I said before.
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