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Re: PING: Question: Need to store ObjC-specific info in type nodes.

Geoffrey Keating wrote:

On 23/09/2004, at 11:38 PM, Zack Weinberg wrote:

Geoffrey Keating <> writes:

On 23/09/2004, at 6:19 PM, Ziemowit Laski wrote:

Please, folks -- this ain't rocket science...

Does any C, C++ and/or global maintainer object to my proceeding
with (3) below?

Yes, I object.

... you could maybe be a little more specific?

I haven't had time to think about it yet, and that's why I object. I can say that I don't like any of the proposed three solutions.

Well now you have had enough time. What's your excuse now? I know you are likely busy, but you probably always are, so welcome to reality. Please get up off your arse and either approve or reject these changes. It's not too much to ask.

On another note, I'm beginning to wonder if you're intentionally trying to obstruct ObjC++ from ever getting into GCC 4.0. If that happens, it would, IMHO, be inexcusable, since it's ready /now/. But then again, when it really comes down to it, my opinion doesn't matter. I can definitively state that I speak for many when I say "we want ObjC++ in GCC 4.0, damn it!"

Is it really too much to ask, Mr. Obstructionist Apple GCC dev (Geoff)?

I hope I'm wrong about my suspicions about your possibly-questionable-intentions, and if that's the case I urge you to PROVE to me, through *ACTIONS* and not just words, that you are not trying to stop this from moving foreward.

Disgruntledly (sic) Yours,
Alex Perez

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