I use the compiler that comes with Visual C++, the os is vista. and by compiler directives I mean like when you use #define, #if, #endif... and so on. I have used compiler directives many times but really haven't taken a good look or thought much about them until today.
dev is a IDE not a compiler , the compiler that dev uses is the mingw.
thank you very much. Now is there a compiler that will let me create them?
can I know precisely why you need to implement a new #pragma
directive. for me I rarely use ( less than 10) pargma directives in
my whole life time. and g++ provides those most of the functionality on the link time using linker scripts.
what extractly you need to implement , may be there is a simple
way to do this. however the mingw is open source and you can
change anything. so for mingw the answer is yes. But honestly I don't know is there is a standard way to do this ( like adding a
module or a patch or something like this ).