This chapter describes the C/C++ preprocessor macros that enable the customization of your use of libcpr.
If defined, enables abbreviated type and function names without the cpr_ prefix. To use these names, CPR_ABBREV must be defined before including any of the cpr/*.h header files, as follows:
#define CPR_ABBREV #include <cpr.h>
If defined, enables the use of stack allocation for libcpr data structures. This is more efficient than heap allocation, but “unsafe” since it will break the ABI should the structure sizes change in a future libcpr release.
#define CPR_UNSAFE #include <cpr.h>
Alternatively and equivalently, just include the <cpr/unsafe.h> header directly if you prefer the following style:
#include <cpr.h> #include <cpr/unsafe.h>
When the <cpr/unsafe.h> header is included, the header defines CPR_UNSAFE if it has not yet been defined. This ensures reliable conditionalization of code based on #ifdef CPR_UNSAFE, regardless of whether the user or the header originally defined this preprocessor symbol.