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QuestionHow can I have several hundred of #if defined(XXX) ... #endif in an easy-to-read table format? Pin
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If I use the same defines both in my local code and in the shared h-file then I get compiler warnings, "REGISTER_NAME" redefined. I need to include the shared h-file in my own project as well because in addition to addresses, it also contains structs and enums that contains information about what the data in the different registers mean. If I get rid of my local file (the comprehensive file with ALL register addresses) then I expose all the registers and I don't want that, I only want to expose a subset. Maybe I should move my structs and enums to a separate shared h-file and ensure that (through special inclusion guards) my local and the shared h-file are never included into the same file, but I would prefer to keep everything (addresses, structs and enums) in the same file.
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QuestionPassing a "value", that was either #defined or #undef, into a macro and check if it was defined? Pin
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