Yes, you are right. That fixed it and my frontend is compiling.
> You're building under Linux like. You want to define the LINUX and skip the VARIANT_BOOL all together.
> > Hi everyone,
> > I have been building an experiment using the v1718 CAEN interface to talk to my modules and I am using the CAENVMElib Linux Library (2.50). I've managed to deal with data type issues by including additional libraries to my driver code but there is one type error
> that persists:
> > In file included from /usr/include/CAENVMElib.h:27:0,
> > from include/v1718.h:25,
> > from v1718.c:26:
> > /usr/include/CAENVMEtypes.h:323:9: error: unknown type name ‘VARIANT_BOOL’
> > CAEN_BOOL cvDS0; /* Data Strobe 0 signal */
> > The header file used to defined the CAEN types (CAENVMEtypes.h) defines 'CAEN_BOOL' like this:
> > #ifdef LINUX
> > #define CAEN_BYTE unsigned char
> > #define CAEN_BOOL int
> > #else
> > #define CAEN_BYTE byte
> > #define CAEN_BOOL VARIANT_BOOL
> > #endif
> > Has anyone ever ran into that problem when setting up an experiment using the CAEN standard?
> > Thanks for your help.
> > Isaac