From: loufoque (mathias.gaunard_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-08 18:27:16
Edward Diener wrote:
> Now let's suppose that 3rd party library is added as a C++ standard
> library. Immediately the compiler vendor which has the bugs or does not
> support a C++ standard language feature needed by that library, and
> wants to be compliant to the C++ standard library, needs to fix their
> problem. This to me is a good thing.
I see no reason why the compiler vendor would choose to not support a
feature, which prevents it from claiming conformance, but would choose
to support a library which was just added to the standard in order to be
compliant with it.
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