From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-07-19 14:29:29
At 04:16 PM 7/18/2001, Vesa Karvonen wrote:
>I agree. However there is a difference between writing code that agrees
>with the standard and writing code that does not agree with the standard.
>As far as I understand, the <...> form is specifically intended for
>standard *headers* and not for (user) *source files*.
You have added the word "standard"; the standard itself just says
"headers", not "standard headers" in 16.2. Neither 16.2, nor the section
that says the standard library is supplied via headers (22.214.171.124), nor
anyplace else I can find, says that only the standard library may be
#included via header rather than source file. As far as I can see, it is
perfectly valid for a library other than the standard library to be
supplied via header.
Am I missing some wording you have discovered?
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