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- Subject: Building 4 alpha
- From: Mike Goodey <MJGoodey@...>
- Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2000 08:13:19 -0400
I realise that I am using an old compiler with faults in its understanding
of operator precedence, but to compile version 4 alpha with Borland C++
5.02 I had to modify line 54 of luaopcodes.h from
#define CREATE_U(o,u) ((Instruction)(o) | (Instruction)(u)<<POS_U)
#define CREATE_U(o,u) ((Instruction)(o) | ((Instruction)(u)<<POS_U))
as otherwise it complains about ambiguous operators needing parentheses. I
think I have got the precedence right in my modification!
If the mod is correct then it will never cause other compilers problems -
it just makes the operator precedence explicit.
And are you intending to do something about TObject, which clashes with
Borland's usage? Using C++ I get out of this one by using namespaces.
Thanks, Mike Goodey