Date: 2003-06-16 13:26:30
In article <uptlgcdjo.fsf_at_[hidden]>,
David Abrahams <jamboost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> .... some of my unclarity
>> is that I will assume that since Comeau is being invoked in
>> a stricter mode with --a that all the compilers are being
>> invoked similarly. But I know for instance that even VC++
>> will choke on windows.h if it is compiled with /Za. So,
>> I'm confused. As well....
>>>PS: I've been back and forth with Greg Comeau about --a, and he may someday
>>>get it to accept Windows headers with warnings rather than errors, but that
>>>isn't going to happen right away.
>> ... although this is true, I'm wondering about this at a more
>> fundamental level, since I'm unclear on whether the demands across
>> the tools are the same.
>My guess is that Comeau is being held to a higher standard because
>people are motivated to get it to check their code for conformance.
This just enhances my confusion then, since then
I'm not sure what http://boost.sourceforge.net/regression-logs
and respective sublinks reflect [across tools].
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