david at usermode.org
Wed Jun 10 20:59:05 BST 2009
On Wednesday 10 June 2009 11:49:49 am Christoph Bartoschek wrote:
> is there a valid reason to define Bool in a C++ program? Normally it is a
> big WTF. This sounds like an artifact for very old compilers. Maybe it is
> possible to fix Qt to not depend on Bool?
"Bool" is being used in an enumeration of metatypes, along with "Void",
"Double", etc. This is a perfectly appropriate use, imho. The problem is with
X11 and C, and demonstrates the problems of #define.
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