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Re: RFC: libiberty PATCH to disable demangling of ancient mangling schemes
>> Looks good to me. Independently, do you see a reason not to disable the
>> old demangler entirely?
> Like so. Does anyone object to this? These mangling schemes haven't
> been relevant in decades.
I am not really familiar with this old scheme, so please excuse my ignorance
in asking these questions:
* How likely is it that there are old toolchain in use out there that still
use the v2 mangling ? Ie I guess that I am asking "which generation(s)
of gcc used v2 mangling ?"
* If a user does try to demangle a v2 mangled name, what will happen ?
Ie I guess I am asking if they will be given a hint that they need to use
an older toolchain in order to demangle the names.