Subject: menuc vs libmenu
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Patrick Welche <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/22/2000 13:14:22
I just got confused and wrote the following:
It appears that menuc generates a file (menu_defs.c by default) which defines
a function int menu_init(void), declared in menu_defs.h. If one includes
<menu.h>, there is a conflict as a function Menu_Hook menu_init(MENU *)
is already declared there, as defined in libmenu/menu.c:242.
Then wondered why sysinst works. Answer: it doesn't use libmenu => never
includes menu.h. So, what is the difference between menuc+input file vs
functions in libmenu - pros/cons/preferences?