[openbox] Why not C++?
peter at thecodergeek.com
Sat Mar 3 14:36:12 EST 2007
On Sat, 2007-03-03 at 14:19 -0500, Dana Jansens wrote:
> > What about portability?
> Things like guint32, which is a platform independent 32-bit unsigned data-type.
To play Devil's Advocate a bit here, there is the POSIX <stdint.h>
header, which includes types such as uint32_t, et al. And since Openbox
is geared to *nix/X11 setups anyway, this would already be provided.
(Not that more abstracted portability is bad thing, though; but I
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