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std.system

Information about the target operating system, environment, and CPU.
License:
Authors:
Walter Bright and Jonathan M Davis

Source: std/system.d

enum OS: int;
Operating system.

Note: This is for cases where you need a value representing the OS at runtime. If you're doing something which should compile differently on different OSes, then please use version(Windows), version(linux), etc.

win32
Microsoft 32 bit Windows systems
win64
Microsoft 64 bit Windows systems
linux
All Linux Systems
osx
Mac OS X
freeBSD
FreeBSD
solaris
Solaris
android
Android
otherPosix
Other Posix Systems
immutable OS os;
The OS that the program was compiled for.
enum Endian: int;
Byte order endianness.

Note: This is intended for cases where you need to deal with endianness at runtime. If you're doing something which should compile differently depending on whether you're compiling on a big endian or little endian machine, then please use version(BigEndian) and version(LittleEndian).

bigEndian
Big endian byte order
littleEndian
Little endian byte order
immutable Endian endian;
The endianness that the program was compiled for.