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not a feature, a bug (Re: explanation (was Re: gcc std namespace bug))
Alexandre Oliva wrote:
> On Aug 11, 2000, Levente Farkas <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Alexandre Oliva wrote:
> >> On Aug 10, 2000, Levente Farkas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> > -fhonor-std is an option for gcc so I when I use gcc I could have to
> >> > use BOTH version (with AND without) -fhonor-std.
> >> It's not the only GCC option that changes the ABI and requires
> >> libraries to be compiled with it. -fvtable-thunks and -fnew-abi are
> >> other such options.
> > which libraries?
> libgcc and libstdc++
than this a bug and has no sence that -fhonor-std (and may be -fvtable-thunks
and -fnew-abi) is (are) command line options for gcc. it has no sence
just the case of gcc compilation itself since I have to recompile libgcc
to use this option which means if I have a given gcc (binary) than I don't
have options wheather I use it or not (if gcc was compiled with it I have to
use it, if gcc compiled without it I mustn't use it). may be it can be
a configure option for gcc compilation but not a command line options.
do I misunderstand something ?
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ruining the bliss of ignorance."