Re: includes in enums.hg

If this is a problem, a preprocessor macro can be added to prevent that
warning. GTK seems to use GTK_COMPILATION and and __GTK_H_INSIDE__ or
something like that, which allow individual header inclusion.

They could also add another switch, e.g. BINDING_COMPILATION, so
bindings can compile faster by including specific headers.

Just an idea... or just include gtk.h everywhere, it's fine as long as
the build takes reasonable time.

On ה', 2014-02-27 at 12:26 +0100, Murray Cumming wrote:
On Wed, 2014-02-26 at 19:46 +0100, Juan Rafael García Blanco wrote:

In the gtkmm documentation I’ve read that we should avoid including lib/lib.h, i.e. the main header file 
for the library we are wrapping, in .hg files. However I see this rule broken in gtk/src/enums.hg, where 
the whole gtk/gtk.h is included. Is this an exception? Or is there anything that I’m not taking into 

GTK+ changed their policy a few years ago. Now you often have no choice
but to include gtk.h. Trying to include an individual GTK+ header file
will generally cause a compiler error now.


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