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Re: Switching the default for -fabi-version


On Wed, 2003-10-22 at 07:49, law@redhat.com wrote:
> In message <1066811338.4002.6.camel@minax.codesourcery.com>, Mark Mitchell writ
> es:
>  >
>  >> which are not very clear (may vs. will) and omitting of a reason (in case
>  >> of the second warning). So to say, if I can still specify -fabi-version=0
>  >> I'm happy with changing. But you could try to make sure you dont break
>  >> libstdc++ compatibility with this change?
>  >
>  >This is the point everyone seems to be missing: libstdc++ compatibility
>  >is *already* going to break in GCC 3.4.

> But as you know, not everyone uses libstdc++ ;-)  

Yes, I do know that -- but I wouldn't think that (with our GNU project
hats on) we should worry particularly hard about people using other
runtimes.

-- 
Mark Mitchell <mark@codesourcery.com>
CodeSourcery, LLC


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