At 06:54 PM 9/29/99 -0500, Justin Bradford wrote:
>You'll definitely need to do a full "make clean; make". Also, I've added a
>good chunk of code here, so if anyone has compilation issues (on non-unix
>platforms, too) or run-time weirdness, please let me know.
One of the disadvantages of using XP makefiles is that it forces you to stub
in the platform-specific implementations, or else the other platforms won't
build. However, this is also an advantage, because it gives you the
opportunity to leave comments explaining what your XP implementation
For example, see what Shaw did with the Zoom dialog.
>Also, do the other language's menu labels auto default to EnUS?
>Or should I add a stub line to each of those? If they need stubs, then
>this probably is not going to run non-EnUS... Again, if something comes
>up, let me know and I'll fix it.
It's best to stub them. That way the translators have an English string in
place to translate, and will have less difficulty creating the patch.