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Re: alternative keyword substitution notation

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-26 13:47:59 CEST

On 7/26/07, roberto de vecchi <roberto.devecchi@vi-grade.com> wrote:
> > Keywords are normally inserted in comment sections. Does your
> > file not have such a concept?
> Unfortunately it does not work because of the language we use perform a
> preprocessing of the input code detecting as input params all strings
> starting with a $ symbol no matter if they are included into a comment line
> (don't tell me this is a quite "singular" approach.... I agreee
> completely...!)

You could use symbols which your preprocessor replaces, ie if your
preprocessor replaces @REV@, make it translate to $Rev$.

Other than that, to answer your original question: no, there are no
alternative representations.



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