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RE: A reply to "Diagnosing SVN"

From: Greg M <gmartyn_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2004-02-01 06:05:36 CET

> C++ compilers are not standardized to the degree that C compilers are.
> What works in one C++ compiler often does not work in another.
> Additionally, linking to C++ libraries is non-uniform and fraught with
> terror. -- Justin

I know that has been said over and over in the past, but how true is that
today? Compilers have had a long time to mature, and I doubt the validity of
the statement 'What works in one C++ compiler often does not work in
another'. My personal experience suggests otherwise.

KDE and QT are written in C++, and the many developers working on KDE apps
don't consider it to be a drawback -- in fact, C++ is credited with making
it easier and faster to develop for KDE than Gnome.

Besides, is there really any significant number of people who can't run gcc?
I use it on windows and linux, and I know that it works on MacOS also.

My apologies for contributing to a flame war.. just having a little fun :)
Greg Martyn

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