bfin c++ problem
Thu Jul 21 14:18:00 GMT 2016
On 21 July 2016 at 13:37, Oliver Kullmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> The old wording you're looking at was modified by
> There it says
> All implementations shall allow both
> function of () returning int and ...
> as the type of main.
> That is rather unclear, unfortunately.
> The question is what "the type" means.
The type of the function. It's entirely clear, give up.
> As far as I am aware, 8.3.5 only *mentions* the "equivalence of types",
> but does not say where this is applicable.
int main(void) and int main() declare the same function. It has the
same type, because it's the same function.
> And in any case, for that to work, the option "std=c++14" had to be
> used, or?
No, for several reasons including that G++ applies DRs retroactively
and G++ has **always** accepted int main(void) as a valid definition
But in any case the OP is using GCC 6, so the default is -std=gnu++14.
Seriously, why are you still banging on about this?
> Anyway, just removing the "void" seems to me the clearest solution.
But doesn't fix the OP's problem and is totally irrelevant.
> And according to
> C++ Standard Core Language Defect Reports and Accepted Issues,
> Revision 96
> Issues with DR, accepted, DRWP, and WP status are NOT part of the
> International Standard for C++.
> Don't know about "CD3", but it appears that is still not "in", or?
Irrelevant, the modified wording is part of C++14, which is the only
C++ standard that is still an ISO standard.
Is there any need for this continued pedantry? The OP's code is valid.
Give it a rest.
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