Define this macro in order to force the use of ANSI C++ standard-compliant syntax for pointer to member functions. Using this macro will cause the C4867 compiler error to be generated when non-standard syntax is used to initialize a pointer to a member function.
The ATL and MFC libraries have been changed to match the Visual C++ compiler's improved standard C++ compliance. According to the ANSI C++ standard, the syntax of a pointer to a class member function should be &CMyClass::MyFunc.
When _ATL_ENABLE_PTM_WARNING is not defined (the default case), ATL/MFC disables the C4867 error in macro maps (notably message maps) so that code that was created in earlier versions can continue to build as before. If you define _ATL_ENABLE_PTM_WARNING, your code should be C++ standard compliant.
However, the non-standard form has been deprecated, so you need to move existing code to C++ standard compliant syntax. For example, the following:
Should be changed to:
Note that for map macros that add the '&' character, you should not add it again in your code.