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[Bug-gnubg] GNUBG / GNU Coding Standards - C and or C++ - feedback wante
[Bug-gnubg] GNUBG / GNU Coding Standards - C and or C++ - feedback wanted
Thu, 13 Feb 2014 06:56:36 -0700
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Last July Richard Stallman made one significant change to the GNU Coding
Standard so that it no longer prefer C to other such languages.
This was a significant departure from the original coding standard which
preferred C over other languages, and chided C++ in particular.
The latest coding standard can always be found here:
I am curious what people think of having C++ modules as part of the
mainline source code tree.
In particular I was thinking of using code compatible with C++98. Are
there environments we are targeting that don't have access to a C++
compiler? or where G++ isn't available etc?
Would appreciate any thoughts people may have on this.
CApp::Sysware Consulting Ltd.
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- [Bug-gnubg] GNUBG / GNU Coding Standards - C and or C++ - feedback wanted,
Michael Petch <=