From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-03-26 09:37:53
> > I don't think that it is pretty rare. If you worked
> > on huge and multi-team projects, then I am sure
> > you know that inter-module API's are specified
> > in C much more often than in C++. It is especially
> Not at all. Perhaps in your environment, that is the case, but there are
> many projects that are strictly C++.
> > important if the project has many DLL's or some of
> > the client code has to be C.
> > It is never a wise solution to export C++
> > classes from DLL's (remember name mangling...etc.)
> Since when? I used to do it frequently and I know the developers here that
> do NT work do it.
> > Let's get practical :).
> What's impractical about using strictly C++?
I have to back up Robert here. I've worked on a number of large, multi-team,
C++ only projects that use DLL's extensively. I've seen these both on Windows
and Unix. It works beautifully.
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