src/dynapi/SDL_dynapi.h
author Philipp Wiesemann <philipp.wiesemann@arcor.de>
Sun, 17 Jul 2016 20:32:44 +0200
changeset 10197 623c40e8fd65
parent 10066 15b261fad7b9
permissions -rw-r--r--
Fixed compile warnings about evaluating undefined identifiers. Partially fixes Bugzilla #3351.

/*
  Simple DirectMedia Layer
  Copyright (C) 1997-2016 Sam Lantinga <slouken@libsdl.org>

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*/

#ifndef _SDL_dynapi_h
#define _SDL_dynapi_h

/* IMPORTANT:
   This is the master switch to disabling the dynamic API. We made it so you
   have to hand-edit an internal source file in SDL to turn it off; you
   can do it if you want it badly enough, but hopefully you won't want to.
   You should understand the ramifications of turning this off: it makes it
   hard to update your SDL in the field, and impossible if you've statically
   linked SDL into your app. Understand that platforms change, and if we can't
   drop in an updated SDL, your application can definitely break some time
   in the future, even if it's fine today.
   To be sure, as new system-level video and audio APIs are introduced, an
   updated SDL can transparently take advantage of them, but your program will
   not without this feature. Think hard before turning it off.
*/
#ifdef SDL_DYNAMIC_API  /* Tried to force it on the command line? */
#error Nope, you have to edit this file to force this off.
#endif

#ifdef __APPLE__
#include "TargetConditionals.h"
#endif

#if defined(TARGET_OS_IPHONE) && TARGET_OS_IPHONE  /* probably not useful on iOS. */
#define SDL_DYNAMIC_API 0
#elif defined(__native_client__) && __native_client__  /* probably not useful on NACL. */
#define SDL_DYNAMIC_API 0
#elif defined(__EMSCRIPTEN__) && __EMSCRIPTEN__  /* probably not useful on Emscripten. */
#define SDL_DYNAMIC_API 0
#elif defined(SDL_BUILDING_WINRT) && SDL_BUILDING_WINRT  /* probably not useful on WinRT, given current .dll loading restrictions */
#define SDL_DYNAMIC_API 0
#elif defined(__PSP__) && __PSP__
#define SDL_DYNAMIC_API 0
#elif defined(__clang_analyzer__)
#define SDL_DYNAMIC_API 0  /* Turn off for static analysis, so reports are more clear. */
#endif

/* everyone else. This is where we turn on the API if nothing forced it off. */
#ifndef SDL_DYNAMIC_API
#define SDL_DYNAMIC_API 1
#endif

#endif

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