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Re: ObjC 3.4 changes (Was: [committed] Merge objc-improvements-branchto mainline)
- From: Gerald Pfeifer <gerald at pfeifer dot com>
- To: Ziemowit Laski <zlaski at apple dot com>
- Cc: gcc-patches at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2003 19:19:21 +0200 (CEST)
- Subject: Re: ObjC 3.4 changes (Was: [committed] Merge objc-improvements-branchto mainline)
- References: <725E3245-F2E6-11D7-AEE9email@example.com>
On Mon, 29 Sep 2003, Ziemowit Laski wrote:
> Here's what I came up with. Note that these notes reference (as of yet)
> nonexistent (online) 3.4 docs. Is this acceptable?
No, but you can linke to the "Current development" docs on the same
page, which track GCC mainline. ;-)
> I'm trying to avoid repeating stuff that's already in
I fully agree with you on that!
> Index: htdocs/cvs.html
> ! <dd>This branch was originally used to merge Objective-C bug fixes
> and enhancements
> ! from Apple Computer into the FSF tree; this has now been completed.
> Presently, the
> ! purpose of the branch is to implement the Objective-C++ language in
> the FSF GCC source tree.
> ! The message thread starting <a
> ! describes this at more length. This branch is maintained by <a
> ! Zem Laski <firstname.lastname@example.org></a>.</dd>
This looks fine; just would you mind avoiding long lines (i.e., lines with
more than 77 or so characters)? Similarily in case of gcc-3.4/changes.html,
where things might become easier if you reduce the indentation of the HTML
> ! <li>An overhaul of <code>@encode</code> logic. The C99
> ! and C++ <code>bool</code> type may now be encoded as
Are the single quotes part of the encoding? If not, I suggest to omit
them or move them outside the <code> environment.
Thanks for the nice writeup!
Gerald Pfeifer (Jerry) email@example.com http://www.pfeifer.com/gerald/