[gcc.texi] Other compilers -> K&R C

David Starner dvdeug@x8b4e53cd.dhcp.okstate.edu
Mon Jan 10 20:27:00 GMT 2000


It's been a decade since ANSI C came out, and I don't think
it right to claim most existing C compilers are non-ANSI.

Mon Jan 10 22:24:40 CST 2000  David Starner <dstarner98@aasaa.ofe.org>

	* gcc.texi (Incompatibilities): No longer claim most C compilers are K&R

*** gcc.texi.orig	Mon Jan 10 22:22:18 2000
--- gcc.texi	Mon Jan 10 22:21:43 2000
***************
*** 1207,1216 ****
  @section Incompatibilities of GCC
  @cindex incompatibilities of GCC
  
! There are several noteworthy incompatibilities between GNU C and most
! existing (non-ANSI) versions of C.  The @samp{-traditional} option
  eliminates many of these incompatibilities, @emph{but not all}, by
! telling GNU C to behave like the other C compilers.
  
  @itemize @bullet
  @cindex string constants
--- 1207,1216 ----
  @section Incompatibilities of GCC
  @cindex incompatibilities of GCC
  
! There are several noteworthy incompatibilities between GNU C and K&R 
! (non-ANSI) versions of C.  The @samp{-traditional} option
  eliminates many of these incompatibilities, @emph{but not all}, by
! telling GNU C to behave like a K&R C compiler.
  
  @itemize @bullet
  @cindex string constants

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