I'm in the position of writing a moderately sized C++ project and I wan't to make sure that the classes that I declare won't clash with class names of the compiler.
So Microsoft use the CClass naming covention, Borland use TClass. I want to know what naming conventions other major compilers (eg Watcom) use so that I can avoid them.
I've been told that Borland strips the first character from all classnames on it's component pallette in Builder; can anyone confirm or deny this allegation. I assume there is a way of "overriding" this - what is it?
Finally is there a way of grouping my header files so that I can make sure the right one is included when a file has a Borland or Microsoft namesake.
- OK so the last question was a bit of a red herring as the compiler will be sure to tell me in one way or the other if it is using Borland's tree.h file instead of my tree.h file and if I'd specified the path the problem wouldn't have arisen.
Anyway thanks to all, alexo get's the points for telling me the version numbers. Nietod would have got them if he had - he'll probably get them next time anyway. Extended thanks to all.
PS Alexo you'll need to reply to get those points I think