October 20, 2005
I found that no elegant way to express in D somthing like this:

#if(VerA>=4)
 // do somethig
#endif

#if(VerA>=3)
 // do somethig
#endif

#if(VerB>=2)
 // do somethig
#endif

I can write:

version(VerA_4)
{ version=VerA_3;  version=VerA_2;}
version(VerA_3)
{ version=VerA_2;}
version(VerB_4)
{ version=VerB_3;  version=VerB_2;}
version(VerB_3)
{ version=VerB_2;}
version(VerA_4)
{/*do somethig*/}
version(VerA_3)
{/*do somethig*/}
version(VerB_2)
{/*do somethig*/}

But what will be if I need VerA_10?

I think it is possible to introduce somthing like this:

version=VerA,4;
version(VerA,4)
{
 /*do somethig*/
}

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October 24, 2005
The other way to reach the same result is to write static if in global scope.
Do somebody have any ideas about it?

On Thu, 20 Oct 2005 23:20:50 +0400, Artem Rebrov <ar_other@mail.ru> wrote:
> I found that no elegant way to express in D somthing like this:
>
> #if(VerA>=4)
>   // do somethig
> #endif
>
> #if(VerA>=3)
>   // do somethig
> #endif
>
> #if(VerB>=2)
>   // do somethig
> #endif
>



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October 25, 2005
I think you can do this:

version(v5)
{
bla
}
else version(v4)
{
bla
}
else version(v3)
{
bla
}

Does that suit ya?


October 30, 2005
On Wed, 26 Oct 2005 03:42:00 +0400, Dan <Dan_member@pathlink.com> wrote:

> I think you can do this:
>
> version(v5)
> {
> bla
> }
> else version(v4)
> {
> bla
> }
> else version(v3)
> {
> bla
> }
>
> Does that suit ya?

In this case I must write something like this:

version(v5)
{
int k;
int j;
int i;
}
else version(v4)
{
int j;
int i;
}
else version(v3)
{
int i;
}


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