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Re: Get rid of -trigraphs?


Neil Booth <neil@daikokuya.demon.co.uk> writes:

|> Zack Weinberg wrote:-
|> 
|> > I don't think this is a good idea in general.  I think there are lots
|> > of people out there counting on GCC not converting trigraphs - mainly,
|> > possibly exclusively - in string constants, but still.  Yeah, their
|> > code is unportable, but I am not convinced we gain much of anything by
|> > breaking it.
|> 
|> What kind of code would this be?

Automatically generated code which contains an offset table into a string
literal, which would become invalid due to trigraph conversion.

Andreas.

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