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On Fri, 2003-04-11 at 23:37, Robert Dewar wrote:
> > So there's no specific reason to have -C in ada/,
> > I'll look into removing it at some point.
> Don't you think that in the context of gcc, it is more convenient to have
> the main program in C than in Ada?

I don't think it makes much of a difference, with -C gnat1 backtrace
should look like this C(main)/Ada/Ada/.../C(gigi)/C(backend)/C...
without it, it will look like Ada(main)/Ada/Ada/.../C(gigi)/C(backend)/C...

Since gnatbind now defaults to Ada (without arguments), I was looking if there
was a real reason behind in using -C, in that
case additional comments in ada/ indicating why would have 
been needed (if one follows some reasonable coding standard). 

So instead of adding comments indicating that -C is an accident of history
and is not currently needed, I believe it's better to remove it
altogether :)

Quite unimportant anyway. Any news on the GNAT CVS repository front?

Laurent Guerby <guerby at acm dot org>

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