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Re: [C++/Obj-C++ PATCH] Fix Objective-C++ breakage


Kaveh R. GHAZI wrote:

I think a middle ground could be that we enable building objc++ by
default, but not run its testsuite unless it is specifically enabled.

I'm mildly opposed, but not so much so that I would make much of an argument for it.


It certainly wouldn't be "adding hours" to everyone's test cycle.

I agree. That comment was meant to refer to the possibility of adding all of Ada, Java, Fortran, etc. to all build/test cycles. I see Objective-C++ as a pretty minor issue; neither the costs nor benefits are terribly great. Some of the other languages are more widely used, but also more expensive to build/test.


Thanks,

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