[CentOS] More than 1 gcc version?
Bryan J. Smith
thebs413 at earthlink.net
Mon Oct 24 16:49:51 UTC 2005
Aleksandar Milivojevic <alex at milivojevic.org> wrote:
> If your code conforms to ANSI, file a bug with gcc folks.
> If it doesn't conform with ANSI, it's you who are at fault.
> Don't blame the compiler for your mistakes of the past.
This "fault" thing has gotta go.
Because, ultimately, it was GCC 2 that was "at fault" when it
came to ANSI C++ (let alone some ANSI C). But GCC 2 had a
lot of legacy behind it, much of which _pre-dated_ ANSI C++
standardization. So where does the finger-pointing end?
In the end, as of GCC 3, the world is a lot better.
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