I want to use the C preprocessor to generate expanded text as a text
processor for software test script generation. The preprocessor output will
never be compiled. I need to insert newlines in the preprocessed output
file but I can't figure out how to do it.
Here's a stab at what I'm trying to do but failing:
#define CMD(s) text s \
I'd like to output a literal newline for every macro line continuation
character ('\'). I know my example won't work but it's the closest I've
been able to get to actually get the output that I'd like to get, which is:
text mmem:mdir "a1"
text mmem:mdir "a2"
What I get instead is:
text mmem:mdir "a1" enter sleep 500
text mmem:mdir "a2" enter sleep 500
The desired newlines are missing.
Does anyone know how to get the C proeprocessor to output a literal newline