On 10/1/05 5:00 PM, Robert Slifka didst favor us with:
> Hi Larry,
>> Well, yes, all callbacks in Mac OS require this (read some headers). The
>> reasons are related to how parameters were passed on the stack in pascal vs.
>> C many moons ago. Nowadays I think the keyword is just there for
>> compatibility with code that uses the declaration. As I understand it, Xcode
>> just macros it away with something like this:
>> #define pascal
>> CW does not, though, so you'd have to add your own "pascal" killer or use it
>> for callbacks. What development environment are you using?
> I'm using Xcode, but this sample code was developed in CodeWarrior 2-3 years
> ago. They didn't build it in Tiger because they would have found the GCC4
> bug with #pragma pack.
> If Xcode undefs pascal, why the compilation complaint when I use the pascal
> keyword on the typedef? If Xcode supports the pascal keyword in front of
> function decls, why wouldn't it support it in front of
Does James' suggestion address the problem?
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