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From Dossy Shiobara <do...@panoptic.com>
Subject Re: Use of STL in ATS
Date Sun, 25 Jul 2010 01:39:48 GMT
 I guess if all you ever use is GCC/G++, then C++ isn't so bad.

However, if you actually want to write a portable application *and*
support non-GNU compilers which may support a special target or is
optimized (think: Intel's compilers) ... most C compiler implementations
are pretty much surprise-free, vs. many C++ compiler implementations
that yield the most interesting (read: annoying as hell) bugs in the
most unusual of edge case situations.


On 7/24/10 9:29 PM, Alan M. Carroll wrote:
> But doesn't that apply just as well to C++, or even C?

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