CNI doc question

Nic Ferrier
Sun Jan 27 19:53:00 GMT 2002

I'm currently "info"-ing the CNI doc and I've got something that needs
to be confirmed. I hope someone hete can do it.

In the section on virual methods the current CNI manual says this:

G++ has historically used a different calling convention that is not
compatible with the one used by @acronym{gcj}.  During 1999, G++ will
switch to a new ABI that is compatible with gcj.  Some platforms
(including Linux) have already changed.  On other platforms, you will
have to pass the -fvtable-thunks flag to g++ when compiling CNI code.
Note that you must also compile your C++ source code with -fno-rtti.

Is this still true or has it been fixed now?

Can I remove this section from the manual?


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