Subject: Re: Zoolib & NetBSD...
To: Manuel Bouyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bill Sommerfeld <email@example.com>
Date: 01/02/2001 10:05:54
The de-facto pseudo-standard pre-define was "unix", not "__unix__";
ANSI rendered a pre-define of "unix" illegal (because it's part of the
application namespace); the GCC folks invented "__unix__" as a
workaround for this.
Given the enormous diversity of unix systems out there, it's not at
all clear what code can assume from "#ifdef unix" or "#ifdef __unix__";
the exact meaning is likely to be specific to a particular portable
software package, which is why it belongs in CFLAGS..