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Re: [wmx] wmx on solaris with workshopcannam
- Tue Feb 01 10:42:02 2000
Lasse Rasinen <email@example.com> writes:
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > Why do you use true and false and not True and False
> This is probably some new patch, apparently for shaped
> windows or something like that. Shame on the writer, shame.
Well, true and false are now keywords in C++. The writer
probably just used a newer compiler than you have. Still,
better to use the same convention as elsewhere in the source
(especially as wmx mostly avoids anything controversial in
the range of C++ it uses).