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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Copyright (c) 2012 GarageGames, LLC
//
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

#ifndef _TYPESPPC_H_
#define _TYPESPPC_H_

///< Calling convention
#define FN_CDECL
#define STDCALL

// size_t is needed to overload new
// size_t tends to be OS and compiler specific and may need to 
// be if/def'ed in the future
typedef unsigned long  dsize_t;


/** Platform dependent file date-time structure.  The defination of this structure
 * will likely be different for each OS platform.
 * On the PPC is a 64-bit structure for storing the date/time for a file
 */

// 64-bit structure for storing the date/time for a file
// The date and time, specified in seconds since the unix epoch.
// NOTE: currently, this is only 32-bits in value, so the upper 32 are all zeroes.
typedef U64 FileTime;

#ifndef NULL
#  define NULL (0)
#endif


#endif //_TYPESPPC_H_