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Re: [v3] annex D 8 and 9 for C++0x
On Sat, 27 Oct 2007, skaller wrote:
| > The reason I ask is that a lot
| > of long-lived code tries to support being compiled by many compilers,
| > and I would like to argue in advance that making people keep changing
| > the code is a bad idea.
| No one is *making* people use non-standardised features.
However, arguments have been made earlier that we should be trying to
actively engage and/or harmonize ISO C++ with the rest of the rest of
I think that is a good goal. I just do no think that pushing people to
constantly change working codes is achieving that. I would like to
see LWG harmonized with the rest of the world in lifting the
filesystem library from TR2 to the actual C++0x standard -- that would
really be useful.
| Is there some reason gcc can't continue to support BOTH tr1 AND
| std versions?
you're no longer making the `burden' arguments? :-)