Prohibit enum <-> int mixup

Kevin P. Fleming
Mon Jan 31 23:34:00 GMT 2011

On 01/31/2011 01:16 PM, Ian Lance Taylor wrote:
> Jonathan Wakely<>  writes:
>> On 30 January 2011 20:32, Enrico Weigelt wrote:
>>> I'll have to add --std=c++0x parameter - does that have any other
>>> side effects I should be aware of ?
>> -std=c++0x enables lots of things, but if you don't use e.g. variadic
>> templates or the decltype keyword you shouldn't notice.  The only
>> thing I can think of affecting valid code is changing the meaning of
>> the 'auto' keyword, which noone sensible uses anyway.
> Using -std=c++0x will cause libstdc++ to build in C++0x mode, which last
> time I checked was not strictly ABI compatible with libstdc++ not built
> in C++0x mode.  So if you link with a dynamic, you may get
> in trouble in some complex scenarios.

I don't think the OP was asking about building GCC itself using 
--std=c++0x, just his programs. In that situation, presumably his 
libstdc++ was built by his distro and has the 'standard' ABI, right?

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