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Localized strings in tabpanel   -   Jan Erik Moström <
  Another cross-plattform question   -   Jan Erik Moström <
    Re: Another cross-plattform question   -   Joseph J. Strout
    Re: Another cross-plattform question   -   Christian Schmitz
   exception names   -   Lars Jensen

Another cross-plattform question
Date: 31.05.02 07:04 (Fri, 31 May 2002 08:04:12 +0200)
From: Jan Erik Moström <
Porting to Windows seems to be straight forward but two questions

+ Can properties be included/discarded depending on plattform? I
mean I can to this with code using #IF but what about
properties?

+ The same question for classes, say that I have class A which
would have the same interface but different implementations and
instead of using a lot of #IF, I could write two classes. One A
for use on Mac and another A for use on Windows and then the
compiler would choose the proper one during compilation.

(Yes, I know that I could use two projects to do the last ... but I'm
trying to understand where the limits are)

jem

Re: Another cross-plattform question
Date: 31.05.02 15:00 (Fri, 31 May 2002 07:00:45 -0700)
From: Joseph J. Strout
At 8:04 AM +0200 5/31/02, Jan Erik Moström wrote:

>+ Can properties be included/discarded depending on plattform? I
> mean I can to this with code using #IF but what about
> properties?

No. Maybe someday, but not today.

>+ The same question for classes

Same answer, I'm sorry to say.

Best,
- Joe

-

Re: Another cross-plattform question
Date: 31.05.02 21:35 (Fri, 31 May 2002 22:35:20 +0200)
From: Christian Schmitz
> Porting to Windows seems to be straight forward but two questions
>
> + Can properties be included/discarded depending on plattform? I
> mean I can to this with code using #IF but what about
> properties?
>
> + The same question for classes, say that I have class A which
> would have the same interface but different implementations and
> instead of using a lot of #IF, I could write two classes. One A
> for use on Mac and another A for use on Windows and then the
> compiler would choose the proper one during compilation.

Both: no.

I sent in a Realbugs request to add 4 Checkboxes for each item inside a
project so I can choose for each platform. (MacPPC, MacCarbon, Windows
and Debug).

Perhaps you realbeg also?

Mfg
Christian