Compiling PowerPlant without using MSL possible?

Compiling PowerPlant without using MSL possible?

Post by MW Ro » Mon, 03 Nov 2003 02:38:48


In article <1g3qywf.nsqmfxn3595eN% XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,



yes it can be done, What version of PowerPlant are you using? How to
do it varies if this is PPx or classic PowerPlant and what version of
CodeWarrior you are using.

You will have to modify the pre-headers to do this though

For example for CW 8.3 and Classic PowerPlant

Open up

PP_MacHeadersMachO.mcp

PP_MacHeadersMach-O.c
Includes
MSLCarbonPrefix.h

in MSLCarbonPrefix.h is a line

#define _MSL_USING_MW_C_HEADERS 1

Change that to 0 (zero)

Rebuild it, personally I'd use a different name for the precompiled
header so you don't have to rebuild the old ones again.

Ron

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Compiling PowerPlant without using MSL possible?

Post by yvo.sNOT_H » Mon, 03 Nov 2003 03:22:07


It is classic PowerPlant and I am using CW 9.1.


I will try this but I doubt this will work.
LException seems to be using MSL. It simply needs a path leading to MSL.


Thanks!