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Simple debug method that takes a block

A very simple debug method that takes a block and only executes it if the DEBUG flag is set.

In Xcode you set this by adding

DEBUG=1
to Preprocessor Macros in your Project Build Settings for your Debug configuration.

/*
* debug.c
* Easy Shop
*
* Created by Mikael Hallendal on 2010-08-18.
*
*/
#include "debug.h"
void debug(DebugBlock debugBlock)
{
#ifdef DEBUG
debugBlock ();
#endif
}
/*
* debug.h
* Easy Shop
*
* Created by Mikael Hallendal on 2010-08-18.
*
*/
typedef void (^DebugBlock)(void);
// Method that takes a block and only executes it if DEBUG is set
void debug(DebugBlock debugBlock);
/*
* Simple example of usage
*/
#include "debug.h"
int
main(int argc, **argv)
{
debug(^ {
// Your debug code here
});
return 0;
}
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