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From: Jasen Betts
To: Björn Felten
Date: 2004-08-03 15:51:40
Subject: [C] Code File Structure

Hello Björn.

02 Aug 04 10:01, you wrote to George White:

 GW>> There is _no_ perfect way, it is a personal choice!

 BF>    One thing I miss in C is the way Pascal can extract only the parts
 BF> that's needed. In Pascal I have just a few units with all my extras.
 BF> E.g. when I program fidonet related stuff, I simply add the unit
 BF> fidonet and instantly have access to hundreds of functions,
 BF> procedures, structures &c. If I use only a few, those are the only
 BF> ones compiled into the finished binary, so there's no overhead to
 BF> worry about.

 BF>    I still haven't found any C compiler that can do this, do you know
 BF> if there's anyone available?

They all can do it. but you need to compile the functions (etc) separately
and build them into a library.


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