Joachim Wiedorn <firstname.lastname@example.org> (29/01/2010): > Compiling on systems with linux kernel runs fine - it seems "linux" is > detected and the right code is used. > > For kfreebsd compiling I have added: > > #ifdef kfreebsd > .. > > But on systems with kfreebsd kernel no code is used - not the "linux" > code and not the "kfreebsd" code. Then I have tested it compiling with > CFLAGS=-Dkfreebsd and it runs. > > But is there a way for not hardcoding the kernel name ? There's __FreeBSD__ for plain FreeBSD, and __FreeBSD_kernel__ for GNU/kFreeBSD (which doesn't define the former, so that people can distinguish). Mraw, KiBi.
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