WL#5016: Fix header file include guards
Affects: Server-5.5 — Status: Complete — Priority: Medium
This worklog is an implementation worklog to implement the following: - Add header file include guards to all header files that require it. - Change any header file include guards that start with _, since that either violates the C/C++ standard or is dangerously close to that. - Introduce any other changes that are necessary for the system to build properly. - Other include file guards will be left alone. No architecture review is needed since this is part of WL#4877. The patch for this worklog is a re-committed version of a patch already committed and reviewed for WL#4877.
The format of the include header guards are of the form: <package>_<basename>_INCLUDED Where <package> is the name of the package in uppercase letters, and <basename> is the name of the header file (in uppercase letters) with the extension removed. However, since the files in the sql/ directory are not yet in a package and will eventually be moved to a package, we will not use a package name at this time and just use the form: <basename>_INCLUDED
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