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1 /*
2  * This file defines site configuration.
3  */
4 
5 /*
6  * _STLP_NO_THREADS: if defined, STLport don't use any
7  * multithreading support. Synonym is _NOTHREADS
8  */
9 /*
10 #define _NOTHREADS
11 #define _STLP_NO_THREADS
12 */
13 
14 /* _PTHREADS: if defined, use POSIX threads for multithreading support. */
15 /*
16 #define _PTHREADS
17 */
18 
19 /* compatibility section
20  */
21 
22 #if (defined (_STLP_NOTHREADS) || defined (_STLP_NO_THREADS) || defined (NOTHREADS))
23 # if !defined (_NOTHREADS)
24 # define _NOTHREADS
25 # endif
26 # if !defined (_STLP_NO_THREADS)
27 # define _STLP_NO_THREADS
28 # endif
29 #endif
30 
31 #if !defined(_STLP_USE_DYNAMIC_LIB) && !defined(_STLP_USE_STATIC_LIB)
32 /*
33  * Turn _STLP_USE_DYNAMIC_LIB to enforce use of .dll version of STLport library.
34  * NOTE: please do that only if you know what you are doing!
35  * Changing default will require you to change makefiles in "build" accordingly
36  * and to rebuild STLPort library!
37  * On UNIX, this has no effect, see build/lib/README for make tags.
38  * See STLport configuration file (build/lib/configure.bat) for help in building
39  * the require library versions.
40  */
41 /*
42 #define _STLP_USE_DYNAMIC_LIB
43 */
44 /*
45  * Turn _STLP_USE_STATIC_LIB to enforce use of static version of STLport library.
46  * NOTE: please do that only if you know what you are doing!
47  * Changing default will require you to change makefile in "build" accordingly
48  * and to rebuild STLPort library!
49  * On UNIX, this has no effect, see build/lib/README for make tags.
50  * See STLport configuration file (build/lib/configure.bat) for help in building
51  * the require library versions.
52  */
53 
54 #define _STLP_USE_STATIC_LIB
55 
56 #endif
57 
58 /*
59  * Edit relative path below (or put full path) to get native
60  * compiler vendor's headers included. Default is "../include"
61  * for _STLP_NATIVE_INCLUDE_PATH, default for other macros is
62  * _STLP_NATIVE_INCLUDE_PATH.
63  * Hint: never install STLport in the directory that ends with "include"
64  */
65 /*
66 #undef _STLP_NATIVE_INCLUDE_PATH
67 #define _STLP_NATIVE_INCLUDE_PATH ../include
68 */
69 /* same for C library headers like <cstring> */
70 /*
71 #undef _STLP_NATIVE_CPP_C_INCLUDE_PATH
72 #define _STLP_NATIVE_CPP_C_INCLUDE_PATH _STLP_NATIVE_INCLUDE_PATH
73 */
74 /* same for C headers like <string.h> */
75 /*
76 #undef _STLP_NATIVE_C_INCLUDE_PATH
77 #define _STLP_NATIVE_C_INCLUDE_PATH _STLP_NATIVE_INCLUDE_PATH
78 */
79 /* Some compilers locate basic C++ runtime support headers (<new>, <typeinfo>, <exception>) in separate directory */
80 /*
81 #undef _STLP_NATIVE_CPP_RUNTIME_INCLUDE_PATH
82 #define _STLP_NATIVE_CPP_RUNTIME_INCLUDE_PATH _STLP_NATIVE_INCLUDE_PATH
83 */
84 
85 /*
86  * If namespases available, STLport use own namespace (and masquerade
87  * it as std). Disable own namespace may cause undefined behaviour.
88  */
89 /*
90 #define _STLP_NO_OWN_NAMESPACE 1
91 */
92 
93 /*
94  * Uncomment _STLP_LEAKS_PEDANTIC to force deallocation of ALL allocated
95  * memory chunks. Normally not required. But if you worry about quazi-leaks
96  * (may be reported by some leaks detection tools), use
97  * _STLP_LEAKS_PEDANTIC. It should be used with _STLP_USE_NEWALLOC or
98  * _STLP_USE_MALLOC (see below), the default node_alloc allocator also clean
99  * its internal memory pool but only if STLport is used as a dynamic library
100  * under Win32 (using MSVC like compilers).
101  */
102 /*
103 #define _STLP_LEAKS_PEDANTIC 1
104 */
105 
106 /*
107  * Uncomment _STLP_USE_NEWALLOC to force allocator<T> to use plain "new"
108  * instead of STLport optimized node allocator engine.
109  */
110 /*
111 #define _STLP_USE_NEWALLOC 1
112 */
113 
114 /*
115  * Uncomment _STLP_USE_MALLOC to force allocator<T> to use plain "malloc"
116  * instead of STLport optimized node allocator engine.
117  *
118  * This is default allocator for glibc 2.3.x and later, if not mentioned other
119  */
120 /*
121 #define _STLP_USE_MALLOC 1
122 */
123 
124 /*
125  * Uncomment _STLP_USE_PERTHREAD_ALLOC to force allocator<T> to use
126  * a specific implementation targetting the massively multi-threaded
127  * environment. The implementation is based on the POSIX pthread
128  * interface.
129  */
130 /*
131 #define _STLP_USE_PERTHREAD_ALLOC 1
132 */
133 
134 /*
135  * Uncomment _STLP_USE_NODE_ALLOC if you want to force allocator<T> to use
136  * "node_alloc" allocator (this is default allocator for STLport, if not
137  * used other above, except glibc 2.3.x and later, where default is
138  * "malloc", due to better results)
139  */
140 /*
141 #define _STLP_USE_NODE_ALLOC 1
142 */
143 
144 /*
145  * Set _STLP_DEBUG_ALLOC to use allocators that perform memory debugging,
146  * such as padding/checking for memory consistency
147  */
148 /*
149 #define _STLP_DEBUG_ALLOC 1
150 */
151 
152 /*
153  * For compiler not supporting partial template specialization or ordering of
154  * template functions STLport implement a workaround based on inheritance
155  * detection. This inheritance can introduce trouble in client code when
156  * a user class derived a STL container (which is not advised as STL containers
157  * do not have virtual destructors). To disable this workaround turn this macro on:
158  */
159 /*
160 #define _STLP_DONT_USE_PARTIAL_SPEC_WRKD 1
161 */
162 
163 /*
164  * Uncomment this to force all debug diagnostic to be directed through a
165  * user-defined global function:
166  * void __stl_debug_message(const char * format_str, ...)
167  * instead of predefined STLport routine.
168  * This allows you to take control of debug message output.
169  * Default routine calls fprintf(stderr,...)
170  * Note : If you set this macro, you must supply __stl_debug_message
171  * function definition somewhere.
172  */
173 /*
174 #define _STLP_DEBUG_MESSAGE 1
175 */
176 
177 /*
178  * Uncomment this to force all failed assertions to be executed through
179  * user-defined global function:
180  * void __stl_debug_terminate(void). This allows
181  * you to take control of assertion behaviour for debugging purposes.
182  * Default routine calls _STLP_ABORT().
183  * Note : If you set this macro, you must supply __stl_debug_terminate
184  * function definition somewhere.
185  */
186 /*
187 #define _STLP_DEBUG_TERMINATE 1
188 */
189 
190 /*
191  * Uncomment that to disable exception handling code
192  */
193 /*
194 #define _STLP_DONT_USE_EXCEPTIONS 1
195 */
196 
197 /*
198  * _STLP_NO_NAMESPACES: if defined, don't put the library in namespace
199  * stlport:: or std::, even if the compiler supports namespaces
200  */
201 /*
202 #define _STLP_NO_NAMESPACES 1
203 */
204 
205 /*==========================================================
206  * Compatibility section
207  *==========================================================*/
208 
209 /*
210  * Use abbreviated class names for linker benefit (don't affect interface).
211  * This option is obsolete, but should work in this release.
212  *
213  */
214 /*
215 #define _STLP_USE_ABBREVS
216 */
217 
218 /*
219  * This definition precludes STLport reverse_iterator to be compatible with
220  * other parts of MSVC library. (With partial specialization, it just
221  * has no effect).
222  * Use it _ONLY_ if you use SGI-style reverse_iterator<> template explicitly
223  */
224 /*
225 #define _STLP_NO_MSVC50_COMPATIBILITY 1
226 */
227 
228 /*
229  * Use obsolete overloaded template functions iterator_category(), value_type(), distance_type()
230  * for querying iterator properties. Please note those names are non-standard and are not guaranteed
231  * to be used by every implementation. However, this setting is on by default when partial specialization
232  * is not implemented in the compiler and cannot be simulated (only if _STLP_NO_ANACHRONISMS is not set).
233  * Use of those interfaces for user-defined iterators is strongly discouraged:
234  * please use public inheritance from iterator<> template to achieve desired effect.
235  * Second form is to disable old-style queries in any case.
236  */
237 /*
238 #define _STLP_USE_OLD_HP_ITERATOR_QUERIES
239 #define _STLP_NO_OLD_HP_ITERATOR_QUERIES
240 */
241 
242 
243 /*
244  * On systems with support of large files (_LARGEFILE_SOURCE,
245  * _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE defined) we will use 64-bit file offset, even if
246  * __USE_FILE_OFFSET64 or _FILE_OFFSET_BITS not defined or _FILE_OFFSET_BITS
247  * less than 64. In the last case sizeof(std::streamoff) may not be equal to
248  * sizeof(off_t); if you want to force equal size of off_t and streamoff,
249  * uncomment macro below. But pay attention, this has influence on libstlport
250  * and in future usage it may cause conflict with defined _FILE_OFFSET_BITS macro.
251  */
252 
253 /*
254 #define _STLP_USE_DEFAULT_FILE_OFFSET
255 */
256 
257 /*
258  * _STLP_USE_STDIO_IO, _STLP_USE_UNIX_IO: force selection of stdio calls
259  * (fopen/flose/fread/fwrite) under fstream buffers or unistd calls
260  * (open/close/read/write + mmap). On systems that have both (i.e. most Unixes)
261  * _STLP_USE_UNIX_IO is used.
262  *
263  * There is a third variant for Windows: _STLP_USE_WIN32_IO, that based
264  * on Windows calls (CreateFile/CloseHandle/ReadFile/WriteFile + CreateFileMapping,
265  * MapViewOfFile)
266  *
267  * Uncomment only one define here!
268  */
269 /*
270 #define _STLP_USE_UNIX_IO
271 */
272 #define _STLP_USE_STDIO_IO
273 /*
274 #define _STLP_USE_WIN32_IO
275  */
276 
277 /*==========================================================================*/
278 
279 /* This section contains swithes which should be off by default,
280  * but so few compilers would have it undefined, so that we set them here,
281  * with the option to be turned off later in compiler-specific file
282  */
283 
284 #define _STLP_NO_UNCAUGHT_EXCEPT_SUPPORT
285 #define _STLP_NO_UNEXPECTED_EXCEPT_SUPPORT
286 
287 /*==========================================================================*/
288 
289 #if defined(__sun) && defined(__GNUC__)
290 /* __SunOS_5_x is not defined in headers, and there is no way to derive it from headers only;
291  * nevertheless this macro defined automagically by SunPro compilers family;
292  *
293  * gcc know nothing about it, but defining it with -D on compiler command line
294  * is a bad idea from one side, and this info still useful when we want to use
295  * (or don't use) some Solaris version-specific features from other side.
296  * Of course, the best way is to define it in spec file, but this is beyond our scope.
297  *
298  * Uncomment ONE of the following, depends on what Solaris version you use.
299  */
300 
301 /*
302 #define __SunOS_5_5_1
303  */
304 /*
305 #define __SunOS_5_6
306  */
307 /*
308 #define __SunOS_5_7
309  */
310 /*
311 #define __SunOS_5_8
312  */
313 /*
314 #define __SunOS_5_9
315  */
316 /*
317 #define __SunOS_5_10
318  */
319 #endif
320 
321 #if defined(__sun)
322 /* With following patches Solaris 8 and 9 will have *l and *f (long double and float)
323  * variants of math functions:
324  * SunOS 5.8 patch 111721-04 (May/08/2003)
325  * <http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-21-111721-04-1>
326  * SunOS 5.9 patch 111722-04 (May/08/2003)
327  * <http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-21-111722-04-1>
328  * Solaris 10 has this functions from box.
329  */
330 /*
331 #define _STLP_SOLARIS_MATH_PATCH
332  */
333 #endif
334 
335 /*
336  Local Variables:
337  mode:C++
338  End:
339 */