CDR_Base.h File Reference

#include "ace/config-all.h"
#include "ace/Basic_Types.h"
#include "ace/Default_Constants.h"
#include "ace/If_Then_Else.h"
#include "ace/CDR_Base.inl"

Include dependency graph for CDR_Base.h:


Classes

class  ACE_CDR
 Keep constants and some routines common to both Output and Input CDR streams. More...
struct  ACE_CDR::Float
struct  ACE_CDR::Double
struct  ACE_CDR::LongDouble

Basic OMG IDL Types

These types are for use in the CDR classes. The cleanest way to avoid complaints from all compilers is to define them all.

#define ACE_CDR_LONGLONG_INITIALIZER   0
#define NONNATIVE_LONGDOUBLE
#define ACE_CDR_LONG_DOUBLE_INITIALIZER   {{0}}

Defines

#define ACE_CDR_GIOP_MAJOR_VERSION   1
#define ACE_CDR_GIOP_MINOR_VERSION   2

Detailed Description

Id
CDR_Base.h,v 1.1.1.3.2.2 2005/09/13 19:07:18 giovannd Exp

ACE Common Data Representation (CDR) basic types.

The current implementation assumes that the host has 1-byte, 2-byte and 4-byte integral types, and that it has single precision and double precision IEEE floats. Those assumptions are pretty good these days, with Crays being the only known exception.

Author:
TAO version by

Aniruddha Gokhale <gokhale@cs.wustl.edu>

Carlos O'Ryan<coryan@cs.wustl.edu>

ACE version by

Jeff Parsons <parsons@cs.wustl.edu>

Istvan Buki <istvan.buki@euronet.be>


Define Documentation

#define ACE_CDR_GIOP_MAJOR_VERSION   1
 

#define ACE_CDR_GIOP_MINOR_VERSION   2
 

#define ACE_CDR_LONG_DOUBLE_INITIALIZER   {{0}}
 

#define ACE_CDR_LONGLONG_INITIALIZER   0
 

#define NONNATIVE_LONGDOUBLE
 


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