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Does Visual C++ .NET implement C99, more specifically does this compile in VC.NET?

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Does Visual C++ .NET compile a macro with a variable number of arguments? example LOG(...) \ { \ LogText(__VA_ARGS__); \ }

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So we have to wait for Visual C++ 7.0? Any info on when that is supposed to be out? I am assuming .NET is not 7.0.

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Wonderful... So to get C99 in Visual C++ we have to wait for version 8.0 or later.

Hmm, is there a way to use the gcc compiler from within the Visual C++ 6.0 IDE? LOL

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I am sure there is. I would assume you can simply create a batch file to compile your project with gcc. Find the option in VC++ to disable the up to date check for when you run or debug a project. Then simply run the batch file before the debugger.

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I thought there was a rollout trick to have the macro have variable argument list. It's in the smart asset library. Hmm, let me look it up.

Here it is: http://www.cuj.com/documents/s=8464/cujcexp0308alexandr

[edited by - Newfound Ajarn on January 7, 2004 7:08:12 PM]

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