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Re: GCC Steering Committee decision on ISO C conversion
"Kaveh R. Ghazi" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> E.g. as you suggested above, you can convert to the new function
> definitions and use bool parameters. But you can also convert
> VPARAMS, DEFUN, PTR, VA_OPEN (really VA_*). Also stuff from symcat.h,
> namely CONCAT* and STRINGX. You can also rely on using string
> concatenation and other ISO C90 features if the current code was
> uglified for traditional C compatibility.
OK. I was thinking really about whether there were going to be
new coding conventions. Like, is the new-style function definition
syntax going to be the "official" way of writing functions, in the
parts are now ISO C only? Or will we stick to the old style?
That's only one example, of course.