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Mult-thread macro

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Does anybody know if defining _MT a standard representation for stating
that the compilation is multi-threaded?

Thanks,
Adrian
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Mar 22 '07 #1
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Adrian Hawryluk wrote:
Does anybody know if defining _MT a standard representation for
stating that the compilation is multi-threaded?
It is definitely not. There is no "multi-threaded" concept that
C++ knows about.

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Mar 22 '07 #2

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Victor Bazarov wrote:
Adrian Hawryluk wrote:
>Does anybody know if defining _MT a standard representation for
stating that the compilation is multi-threaded?

It is definitely not. There is no "multi-threaded" concept that
C++ knows about.
Sorry wrong newsgroup. Meant to post to comp.programming.threads.

Thanks,
Adrian
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Mar 22 '07 #3

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