Re: Compiler warnings while compiling gcc with clang‏
Tue May 5 08:12:00 GMT 2015

> On May 5, 2015, at 1:00 AM, Renato Golin <> wrote:
>> On 5 May 2015 at 05:58, Andrew Pinski <> wrote:
>> These two are bogus and really clang in GCC's mind.  The main reason
>> is the standard says struct and class are the same thing.
> Apart from the fact that classes are private by default and structs
> are not. They may be similar for layout purposes, and it may be ok to
> interchange them on local re-declarations when the compiler doesn't
> need the type completely defined, but they're not the same thing.

Read the standard again. They are the same. The standard is very clear they are the same. 

> The compiler might be smart and use the protection model that the
> original declaration used (private/public), but what that warning is
> saying is that you have refactored your code to include classes and
> forgot to update all uses, which is a very valid warning. I can't see
> why one would *want* to keep the "struct" keyword. If you're already
> compiling in C++ mode, removing it from variable/argument declarations
> should be valid, and re-declaring incomplete types should be made as
> class.

No the warning is there to try to warn people about microsoft's c++ and nothing else. 


> cheers,
> --renato

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