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Andrei in the office

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  • 07:43 We start the morning with proof that people outside the US will fight against the machine in their own way. Kudos! tr.im/Ak4v #
  • 09:58 "Wisconsin Tourism Federation" becomes "Tourism Federation of Wisconsin" due to unexpected clash between abbreviation and internet. WTF? #
  • 16:55 Todays tech question: is there a CL flag equiv to gcc's -Dd to dump the state of defines going into preprocess? #code #compilers #help #
  • 20:44 Can I have an Amen! Or is that AIDEN!!!!!!!! #
  • 23:00 Just caught up on #flashforward premier. I can say I am absolutely riveted. I love the fact that the central couple are 'playing' americans. #
P.S. Anyone notice the posting time? It's relevant.

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You can also you /E to send to stdout

Re: Preprocess to file

/P and /E both dump the preprocess after the #defines have come through.

I'm looking for a dump of the environment defines before and without the actual preprocess of the source.

Re: Preprocess to file

!message in your makefile

Re: Preprocess to file

Not sure I understand what that means.

What is !message

Re: Preprocess to file

In your makefile:
!message OS is $(OS)
In your build.log will be:
OS is Windows_NT

I don't know if there is a compiler flag to do something similar, and I build from a command line using build.exe and 'sources' and 'makefile'.

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