H2cpy interprets the following conditional directives, which can be nested:
The #if directive must be followed by a constant expression. Macros in the expression are expanded, the defined operator evaluated, unknown names replaced by zero and the resulting numeric expression evaluated to give a numeric value. If the result of evaluation of the expression is zero, then the condition is false; otherwise, it is true. If the condition is false, then the following lines are ignored; otherwise, they are translated.
The #else and #endif directives switch the sense and terminate the effect of the preceding #if, #ifdef or #ifndef directive.
The #elif directive is treated as equivalent to a #else directive followed by a #if directive, except that the nesting level is not increased and any following #endif directive applies to the preceding #if directive.
The #ifdef directive must be followed by a name. If the name has previously been defined, either in the header file or as a result of the -D option, then the condition is true; otherwise, it is false. If the condition is false, then following lines are ignored; otherwise, they are translated. The #ifndef directive is treated in the same way as the #ifdef directive except the sense of the condition is reversed.