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Re: [cs] Robustify in the presence of PCH n snarf-n-barf


On Thursday, October 30, 2003, at 03:54 PM, Mike Stump wrote:
The C++ runtime system has the exact same code as your PCH code, but, it does all the required runtime conversions, unlike your code. Please explain why your code isn't just plain wrong.

Grrr. I'm sorry. That's uncalled for. Please read my message as if I hadn't included the last line.


The question is, do people think that migrating to _slightly_ stronger typing, when it is 100% appropriate and easy is worth-while, and if so, then how do we make this and PCH co-exist?


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