Re: Anyone using Borland C++ under Windows?

From: Mundi King (kingmundi@YAHOO.COM)
Date: 06/30/98

i looked into this back when working on the borland2.patch, and could
not come up with anything
as the logical choice of BCC and BCC32 does not work,

i did some more research this evening though and found what appears to
be an answer on this web page


i put this in bpl12 wherever i previously needed a
#ifdef BORLAND
#ifndef BORLAND

and it appears to work

---Jeremy Elson <jelson@CIRCLEMUD.ORG> wrote:
> If anyone's using this compiler, could you please let me know if they
> define any preprocessor symbols that we can use to detect that the
> MUD's being compiled using Borland C++?  I'm looking for something
> like BORLANDC, that the compiler is guaranteed to define all the time
> -- like GCC, that always defines GNUC.

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