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PATCH: Pascal Strings -- TAKE FOUR

Ok, I've incorporated the gist of the discussion betw.
Fergus Henderson and Jakub Jelinek (and would like to
thank the former for his vote of confidence -:) ).

As Stan has correctly pointed out, the time these Pascal strings
have taken is disproportional to their overall "non-complexity."
Personally, I tend to view this as a learning experience, though
I must admit even I have trouble justifying more hacking on this.

So, please, someone from the top of the MAINTAINERS file :),
please approve this.


2001-07-03  Ziemowit Laski  <>

	* gcc/c-common.c: Support for Pascal string concatenation 
	* gcc/c-common.h: Add CTI_PASCAL_STRING_TYPE, pascal_string_type_node
	* gcc/c-lex.c: Creation of Pascal string literals (lex_string)
	* gcc/c-typeck.c: Distinguish Pascal strings from wide strings 
	* gcc/flags.h: Add 'flag_pascal_strings' extern decl
	* gcc/toplev.c: Add '-fpascal-strings' command-line option
	* gcc/cp/decl2.c: Add '-fpascal-strings' command-line option
	* gcc/cp/typeck2.c: Distinguish Pascal strings from wide strings 
	* gcc/doc/extend.texi: Add description of '-fpascal-strings'
	* gcc/doc/invoke.texi: Add description of '-fpascal-strings'
      * gcc/testsuite/g++.dg/pascal-strings-1.C: New C++ test case
      * gcc/testsuite/g++.dg/pascal-strings-2.C: New C++ test case
      * gcc/testsuite/gcc.dg/pascal-strings-1.c: New C test case
      * gcc/testsuite/gcc.dg/pascal-strings-2.c: New C test case


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