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    • Connor Smith's avatar
      ITS#9925 Fix some ancient #ifdef checks · 6489b6a8
      Connor Smith authored and Quanah Gibson-Mount's avatar Quanah Gibson-Mount committed
      Use #elif defined(...) for HAVE_WINSOCK and MACOS. All other instances
      of these macros use #ifdef or similar. A compiler may warn about them
      not being defined.
      
      In libraries/liblber/sockbuf.c, (DOS && PCNFS) and (DOS && NCSA) were
      replaced with HAVE_PCNFS and HAVE_NCSA, respectively. It seems logical
      to do the same at the only remaining occurrence of DOS, PCNFS, and NCSA.
      
      Use #if HARDCODE_DATA consistently, replacing two instances of #ifdef.
      HARDCODE_DATA is always defined, and this way you can set HARDCODE_DATA
      to 0 and have it work, rather than it going down the wrong branch and
      failing in these two cases.
      6489b6a8
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