Re: C or C++



Rainer Weikusat wrote:
Avoid it for new
developments at least until three sucessive gcc-releases did not
proudly state that backward compatibility has been broken again in the
release notes.

I'm not sure what you mean? I've been using GCC since version 3.2, and all my code still compiles with latest 4.x series. If you write standard code and don't use any exotic GCC features, there is nothing to get broken. Other thing is ABI compatibilty, but that's a non-issue: just recompile everything you need with latest compiler.



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