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Re: Comments with -fpreprocessed


On 24-May-2001, Nathan Sidwell <nathan@codesourcery.com> wrote:
> Maybe we should allow -C to indicate that they are. I.e.
> 	gcc -E -C foo.c > foo.i			;# generate with comments
> 	gcc -c -C foo.i 			;# accept with comments
> should do what you want. Does that make sense?

That sounds to me like a reasonable solution, so long as `-C'
is mentioned in the error message that occurs if you do `gcc -c foo.i'
and forget the `-C'.

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