[openib-general] [PATCH] osm: 'chmod' on Windows
sashak at voltaire.com
Mon Nov 27 05:11:21 PST 2006
On 09:38 Mon 27 Nov , Michael S. Tsirkin wrote:
> > > BTW, I can count 19 another occurrences of '#ifdef WIN32' and
> > > '#ifdef __WIN__' under management/osm tree. I guess that not each one
> > > can be so trivially cleaned up as in this case, but would it be
> > > possible to review it and reduce number of such #ifdef(s) in common
> > > code?
> > Good idea.
> > Thanks.
> And in fact, most portability hacks in include/complib can be done this way
AFAIK OpenSM on windows has different complib implementation, so
portability hacks should be even simpler.
> you want to do that: e.g. cl_ntoh32 can be converted to htonl, and you can have
> htonl defined in a windows-specific header.
Interesting what should be standard equivalent to cl_hton64()?
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