Category : C Source Code
Archive   : SHERLOCK.ZIP
Filename : SL.H

 
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/*
Dummy Header file for Sherlock.

This file contains null macro definitions for all Sherlock macros.

Include this file in every file that contains any Sherlock macro.

source: dummysl.h (rename this file to be sl.h)
started: January 10, 1990
version: January 10, 1990

Copyright (C) 1987, 1988, 1989 by Edward K. Ream.
All Rights Reserved.
*/

#define SL_VERSION_NAME "1.5"

#define LEAVE(a)
#define ENTER(a)
#define ENTER_TRACE(a,b)

#define SL_DISABLE()
#define SL_ENABLE()

#define RETURN_BOOL(a,b) return b
#define RETURN_CHAR(a,c) return c
#define RETURN_DOUBLE(a,d) return d
#define RETURN_FLOAT(a,f) return f
#define RETURN_INT(a,i) return i
#define RETURN_LONG(a,l) return l
#define RETURN_PTR(a,p) return p
#define RETURN_STRING(a,s) return s
#define RETURN_UINT(a,u) return u
#define RETURN_ULONG(a,u) return u
#define RETURN_VOID(a) return

#define SL_CLEAR()
#define SL_DUMP()
#define SL_INIT()
#define SL_NAME(a,b)
#define SL_OFF(s)
#define SL_ON(s)
#define SL_PARSE(argc,argv,on,off)

#define STAT(a)
#define STATB(a)
#define STATX(a)

#define TICK(a)
#define TICKB(a)
#define TICKN(a)

#define TICKX(a)
#define TICKX_BOOL(a,b)
#define TICKX_CHAR(a,c)
#define TICKX_DOUBLE(a,d)
#define TICKX_FLOAT(a,f)
#define TICKX_INT(a,i)
#define TICKX_LONG(a,l)
#define TICKX_PTR(a,p)
#define TICKX_STRING(a,s)
#define TICKX_UINT(a,u)
#define TICKX_ULONG(a,u)
#define TICKX_VOID(a)

#define TRACE(a,b)
#define TRACEB(a,b)
#define TRACEN(a,b)
#define TRACEX(a,b)

#define TRACEP(a,b)
#define TRACEPB(a,b)
#define TRACEPN(a,b)
#define TRACEPX(a,b)


  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : SHERLOCK.ZIP
Filename : SL.H

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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