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/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Name: json_defs.h
// Purpose: shared build defines
// Author: Luciano Cattani
// Created: 2007/10/20
// RCS-ID: $Id: json_defs.h,v 1.6 2008/03/12 10:48:19 luccat Exp $
// Copyright: (c) 2007 Luciano Cattani
// Licence: wxWidgets licence
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#ifndef _WX_JSON_DEFS_H_
#define _WX_JSON_DEFS_H_
// Defines for component version.
// The following symbols should be updated for each new component release
// since some kind of tests, like those of AM_WXCODE_CHECKFOR_COMPONENT_VERSION()
// for "configure" scripts under unix, use them.
#define wxJSON_MAJOR 1
#define wxJSON_MINOR 2
#define wxJSON_RELEASE 1
// For non-Unix systems (i.e. when building without a configure script),
// users of this component can use the following macro to check if the
// current version is at least major.minor.release
#define wxCHECK_JSON_VERSION(major,minor,release) \
(wxJSON_MAJOR > (major) || \
(wxJSON_MAJOR == (major) && wxJSON_MINOR > (minor)) || \
(wxJSON_MAJOR == (major) && wxJSON_MINOR == (minor) && wxJSON_RELEASE >= (release)))
// Defines for shared builds.
// Simple reference for using these macros and for writin components
// which support shared builds:
//
// 1) use the WXDLLIMPEXP_MYCOMP in each class declaration:
// class WXDLLIMPEXP_MYCOMP myCompClass { [...] };
//
// 2) use the WXDLLIMPEXP_MYCOMP in the declaration of each global function:
// WXDLLIMPEXP_MYCOMP int myGlobalFunc();
//
// 3) use the WXDLLIMPEXP_DATA_MYCOMP() in the declaration of each global
// variable:
// WXDLLIMPEXP_DATA_MYCOMP(int) myGlobalIntVar;
//
#ifdef WXMAKINGDLL_JSON
#define WXDLLIMPEXP_JSON WXEXPORT
#define WXDLLIMPEXP_DATA_JSON(type) WXEXPORT type
#elif defined(WXUSINGDLL)
#define WXDLLIMPEXP_JSON WXIMPORT
#define WXDLLIMPEXP_DATA_JSON(type) WXIMPORT type
#else // not making nor using DLL
#define WXDLLIMPEXP_JSON
#define WXDLLIMPEXP_DATA_JSON(type) type
#endif
// the __PRETTY_FUNCTION__ macro expands to the full class's
// member name in the GNU GCC.
// For other compilers we use the standard __wxFUNCTION__ macro
#if !defined( __GNUC__ )
#define __PRETTY_FUNCTION__ __WXFUNCTION__
#endif
// define wxJSON_USE_UNICODE if wxWidgets was built with
// unicode support
#if defined( wxJSON_USE_UNICODE )
#undef wxJSON_USE_UNICODE
#endif
// do not modify the following lines
#if wxUSE_UNICODE == 1
#define wxJSON_USE_UNICODE
#endif
// the following macro, if defined, cause the wxJSONValue to store
// pointers to C-strings as pointers to statically allocated
// C-strings. By default this macro is not defined
// #define wxJSON_USE_CSTRING
// the following macro, if defined, cause the wxJSONvalue and its
// referenced data structure to store and increment a static
// progressive counter in the ctor.
// this is only usefull for debugging purposes
// #define WXJSON_USE_VALUE_COUNTER
// the following macro is used by wxJSON internally and you should not
// modify it. If the platform seems to support 64-bits integers,
// the following lines define the 'wxJSON_64BIT_INT' macro
#if defined( wxLongLong_t )
#define wxJSON_64BIT_INT
#endif
//
// the following macro, if defined, cause the wxJSON library to
// always use 32-bits integers also when the platform seems to
// have native 64-bits support: by default the macro if not defined
//
// #define wxJSON_NO_64BIT_INT
//
#if defined( wxJSON_NO_64BIT_INT ) && defined( wxJSON_64BIT_INT )
#undef wxJSON_64BIT_INT
#endif
//
// it seems that some compilers do not define 'long long int' limits
// constants. For example, this is the output of the Borland BCC 5.5
// compiler when I tried to compile wxJSON with 64-bits integer support:
// Error E2451 ..\src\jsonreader.cpp 1737: Undefined symbol 'LLONG_MAX'
// in function wxJSONReader::Strtoll(const wxString &,__int64 *)
// *** 1 errors in Compile ***
// so, if the constants are not defined, I define them by myself
#if !defined( LLONG_MAX )
#define LLONG_MAX 9223372036854775807
#endif
#if !defined( ULLONG_MAX )
#define ULLONG_MAX 18446744073709551615
#endif
#if !defined( LLONG_MIN )
#define LLONG_MIN -9223372036854775808
#endif
// the same applies for all other integer constants
#if !defined( INT_MIN )
#define INT_MIN -32768
#endif
#if !defined( INT_MAX )
#define INT_MAX 32767
#endif
#if !defined( UINT_MAX )
#define UINT_MAX 65535
#endif
#if !defined( LONG_MIN )
#define LONG_MIN -2147483648
#endif
#if !defined( LONG_MAX )
#define LONG_MAX 2147483647
#endif
#if !defined( ULONG_MAX )
#define ULONG_MAX 4294967295
#endif
#if !defined( SHORT_MAX )
#define SHORT_MAX 32767
#endif
#if !defined( SHORT_MIN )
#define SHORT_MIN -32768
#endif
#if !defined( USHORT_MAX )
#define USHORT_MAX 65535
#endif
//
// define the wxJSON_ASSERT() macro to expand to wxASSERT()
// unless the wxJSON_NOABORT_ASSERT is defined
// #define wxJSON_NOABORT_ASSERT
#if defined( wxJSON_NOABORT_ASSERT )
#define wxJSON_ASSERT( cond )
#else
#define wxJSON_ASSERT( cond ) wxASSERT( cond );
#endif
//
// the following macros are used by the wxJSONWriter::WriteStringValues()
// when the wxJSONWRITER_SPLIT_STRING flag is set
#define wxJSONWRITER_LAST_COL 50
#define wxJSONWRITER_SPLIT_COL 75
#define wxJSONWRITER_MIN_LENGTH 15
#define wxJSONWRITER_TAB_LENGTH 4
//
// some compilers (i.e. MSVC++) defines their own 'snprintf' function
// so if it is not defined, define it in the following lines
// please note that we cannot use the wxWidget's counterpart 'wxSnprintf'
// because the latter uses 'wxChar' but wxJSON only use 'char'
#if !defined(snprintf) && defined(_MSC_VER)
#define snprintf _snprintf
#endif
//
// check if wxWidgets is compiled using --enable-stl in which case
// we have to use different aproaches when declaring the array and
// key/value containers (see the docs: wxJSON internals: array and hash_map
#undef wxJSON_USE_STL
#if defined( wxUSE_STL ) && wxUSE_STL == 1
#define wxJSON_USE_STL
#endif
//
// defines the MIN and MAX macro for numeric arguments
// note that the safest way to define such functions is using templates
#define MIN(a,b) a < b ? a : b
#define MAX(a,b) a > b ? a : b
#endif // _WX_JSON_DEFS_H_
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