From: Beman Dawes (beman_at_[hidden])
Date: 1999-08-17 13:24:22
Beman> * As an implementation artifact unrelated to the
Beman> <boost/stdint.h> and thus <boost/cstdint.hpp> #include
Beman> This allows an implementation portable to many (most?) modern
Beman> computer systems, but has the side effect of defining a bunch
Beman> macros (xxx_MAX/xxx_MIN/etc). Should these be #undef'ed at
Beman> of boost/stdint.h?
Valentin> Certainly not ! Never ever do that ! These have reserved
Valentin> Anyway, DO_THEY_REALLY_HURT ?
For the moment, I will leave the macros in there (for the
implementations which use <limits.h>) unless someone comes up with a
killer argument. But again, they are just an implementation
artifact, and will disappear as more compilers ship <stdint.h>.
Metrowerks is doing so already.
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