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Patch to document removal of <?, >?, <?=, and >?= operators
- From: Steve Ellcey <sje at cup dot hp dot com>
- To: gcc-patches at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 14:39:32 -0700 (PDT)
- Subject: Patch to document removal of <?, >?, <?=, and >?= operators
- Reply-to: sje at cup dot hp dot com
Here is a patch to document the removal of the <?, >?, <?=, and >?=
operators which have be depreciated in the last couple of releases.
The patch to actually remove these operators was checked in several
weeks ago. It is documented in the C++ section since C++ was the only
language that was recognizing the operators.
OK for checkin?
2006-09-07 Steve Ellcey <email@example.com>
* htdocs/gcc-4.1/changes.html (C++): Document removal of
<?, >?, <?=, and >?=.
*** changes.html.orig Thu Sep 7 14:11:53 2006
--- changes.html Thu Sep 7 14:30:26 2006
*** 56,61 ****
--- 56,67 ----
+ The <code><?</code>, <code>>?</code>, <code><?=</code>,
+ and <code>>?=</code> operators,
+ deprecated in previous GCC releases, have been removed.
The command line option <code>-fconst-strings</code>, deprecated in
previous GCC releases, has been removed.