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Re: C++: Tag transparent binding contour

Mark Mitchell <> writes:

| On Thu, 2003-09-18 at 19:07, Gabriel Dos Reis wrote:
| > Jason Merrill <> writes:
| > 
| > | On 03 Jun 2003 19:06:15 +0200, Gabriel Dos Reis <> wrote:
| > | 
| > | > Thank you.  Is it OK to describe the binding contour created by
| > | > maybe_push_cleanup_level as just a bare sk_block?  Or do you think it
| > | > is necessary to introduce a separate scope_kind enumerator? (I would
| > | > say sk_block is sufficient),
| > | 
| > | Well, it isn't a block.  It's transparent to all names.  If you're working
| > | to distinguish different types of binding levels, this seems worth
| > | distinguishing. 
| The right thing to do would be to get rid of these fake post-label
| binding levels.  The binding level structures should mirror the scopes
| required by the language, and there is no new scope required after a
| label.

Thanks. Do you have a suggestion for dealing with the (pseudo-)scope created
for EH purposes?  If I understand Jason correctly, we need a region to
contain only EH stuff and no names.  sk_cleanup (following Jason's
previous adice) seems to work -- but I agree with you that it would be
nicer if we didn't need it.

-- Gaby

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