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Re: [CPROG] Er det Linux eller Windows ?



Mads Bondo Dydensborg <sslug@sslug> writes:

> On Mon, 17 Sep 2001, Peter Aagaard Kristensen wrote:
> 
> > Det er rigtigt, men jeg ville gerne have det således at jeg ikke behøvede
> > ændre på mine makefiler(eller andre filer for den sags skyld) for at compile
> > til de forskellige platforme. Hvis det kunne ordnes i Makefile'n ville det
> > selvfølgelig også være fint, men der ved jeg heller ikke hvordan man finder
> > ud af platformen.
> > Slutresultatet skulle gerne være at:
> > make all
> > compilede det hele ligemeget hvilken platform det var.
> 
> Kig på uname kommandoen - den burde også virke under CygWin - ellers kig
> på autoconf.
> 
> Mads

jeg har lige siddet og leget med uname, men jeg kan ikke få 
gcc -D__`uname`__ til at virke (under zsh under red hat)
er der nogen der kan forklare mig hvorfor?
-- 
Mvh
Rasmus Meldgaard
sslug@sslug


 
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