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Re: Higher level languages as part of the core of SVN

From: Steinar Bang <sb_at_dod.no>
Date: 2006-10-22 20:03:31 CEST

>>>>> "Garrett Rooney" <rooneg@electricjellyfish.net>:

> It is certainly a problem of similar scope, although not exposing
> stuff like the STL probably also means not using it internally,
> since it's kind of tricky to require the linking in of multiple STL
> implementations if we use one and the app using our libraries uses
> another. Not saying it's impossible, just hard.

Granted linking with multiple "STL" implementations is a pain. But
why would you want to use multiple implementations of
these days?

The native standard libraries of MSVC7 and g++3 and 4 (including mingw
and cygwin). are good enough to use, and have been so for quite a
while. (are there any other C++ compilers that are important these
days? SunPRO? Intel? If so, I'm guessing they have quite adequate
standard C++ libraries)

On the note of the subject of this thread: stay with C unless you have
_really_ compelling reasons to change it. And if you have to change
it, change it to something in the mainstream.

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