C++: TDM-GCC: minimising includes

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Re: C++: TDM-GCC: minimising includes

Post by nnnik » 14 Dec 2018, 17:22

Yes there are many issues. I have summarized a few of the problems in my MCode tutorial.

C++: TDM-GCC: minimising includes

Post by jeeswg » 14 Dec 2018, 16:40

- I was wondering about any issues relating to minimising the number of included files in C++ code, for when compiling machine code.
- I noticed that min is not a built-in function, so I've replaced:
min(a, b)
a < b ? a : b
The same applies to max. I wondered if other people add the include, or change the code, or use macros even, and whether there are other little issues like this. Thanks.
- I believe the include for the max/min functions is #include "windows.h"