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Re: C++ conversion? Why still .c (not .cc) files and CC (not CXX) in Makefile.in?


On Aug 28, 2012, at 9:45 AM, Michael Matz wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> On Tue, 28 Aug 2012, Ian Lance Taylor wrote:
> 
>>> Or do we have a rule than any file using C++ specific feature should 
>>> be renamed from *.c to *.cc at the moment the C++ feature goes inside?
>> 
>> We do not have such a rule and I would not recommend it.  I think we 
>> should rename all the files at once at some point.
> 
> That has implications on things like
>  svn blame file.cc@somerevision
> in case somerevision was before that rename.  So I'm not sure we should 
> rename the files.  I see disadvantages but no real advantages.

True, that particular syntax doesn't work, but "svn blame file.cc -r somerevision" does -- because that command identifies the object to operate on in the namespace of the current (head) revision, and then examines the state of that object back in the requested revision.

	paul



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