Still a lot of C++ files getting "fixed"
Wed Jan 26 16:08:00 GMT 2000
On Wed, Jan 26, 2000 at 05:49:40PM -0500, Michael Meissner wrote:
> We really should adopt a -iso switch (possibly an -iso=year switch to go
> between the two revisions of the standard) and phase out the -ansi switch.
We already have the -std switch which can take a pile of different
c89, iso9899:1990 - C89, no extensions
iso9899:199409 - C89+Amendment 1, no extensions
gnu89 - C89, extensions
c9[9x], iso9899:199[9x] - C99, no extensions
gnu9x - C99, extensions (default)
This needs to be generalized to C++, Fortran, etc.
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