Subject: Re: [boost] [winapi] Problem with the latest clang on Windows
From: Andrey Semashev (andrey.semashev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-06-05 06:21:52
On Friday 05 June 2015 05:45:18 Edward Diener wrote:
> The clang explanation, when asked to point to the C++ standard, is:
> "[dcl.link]/6: "At most one function with a particular name can have C
> language linkage. Two declarations for a function with C language
> linkage with the same function name (ignoring the namespace names that
> qualify it) that appear in different namespace scopes refer to the same
> [basic.link]/10: "the types specified by all declarations referring to a
> given variable or function shall be identical"
> So the program is ill-formed because the same function is declared with
> two different types."
Ok, I'll modify Boost.WinAPI according to Peter's suggestion in a few days. I
intend to keep dllimport attributes on the functions though. If that still
breaks clang then I believe clang ticket should be reopened (or a MinGW ticket
should be filed).
Thanks Edward for communicating this through.
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