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On Dec 29, 2005, at 2:33 PM, Nick Nallick wrote:
While I'm making a nuisance of myself, here's one for you kind people...
I'm using the __FILE__ and __LINE__ constructs to log the origins of runtime errors in my app. GCC is sending me the entire path to the file, but I prefer just the file name (as CW provides). I'd rather not embed the full path into released code if I don't have to, plus there are a lot of these in my code and since the executable size is up 50% over CW I'm looking for ways to trim it down.
I've posted this before, but I think it's kinda neat.
Well, this is a bit of a hack, but if you include <string.h> you can use this
#define THIS_FILE ((strrchr(__FILE__, '/') ?: __FILE__ - 1) + 1)
Is there some option I can give GCC or an alternate construct to omit the path from the file name?
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