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- From: Dan DaCosta <dwd22 at drexel dot edu>
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2003 17:42:13 -0500
- Subject: tree-dump inquiry
- Reply-to: dwd22 at drexel dot edu
I am currently using the tree dumper flag in g++ 3.2.3. After working with .original file
for a little bit I realized that there was no way to tell what order the parameters were
specified in a function declaration. Because I have massacred gcc internals before I
knew that functions had an argument tree where the parameters were specified in
proper order via the common.chain mechanism. So I simply adjusted the tree-dump file
to add a 'next' field to parm_decls so that the proper parameter ordering could be
retrieved. Now, with all that said, my question is, was the lack or parameter ordering
intended or overlooked. I simply need a one word answer(intended or overlooked).
thanx in advance,