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 Post subject: Just a very few constant values ...
PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2016 8:30 am 
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Hi,

For a few weeks I can use a mac (mini) from a friend to get started on OSX ... (being used to XP and still using it too)

I installed PB and try to run a source I made on windows. I do understand a lot will be different to code,
but when I open the 'Constant-tab' of the Structure Tool I see only a very few constant values ?
For examaple under the letter 'M' I have only one constant #MARKER_MAX=31 ???
Where is all the rest, like #MAXBYTE, #MAXWORD (constants which should be the same on OSX too) etc. ???
How do I get these or what is the reason they don't show up ?

I tried both 5.51 and the LTS 5.44 PB version, both the same result.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2016 8:38 am 
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Joris wrote:
...#MAXBYTE, #MAXWORD (constants which should be the same on OSX too) etc. ???

They're both Windows System constants. :wink:

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Ok.

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