Re: gcc oriented questions
- From: Skip Montanaro <skip pobox com>
- To: skip pobox com (Skip Montanaro)
- Cc: David Robin <david robin st com>, gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: gcc oriented questions
- Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2001 12:34:26 -0500
David> - can a C++/GTK+ app be as performant as its C/GTK+ counterpart?
David> If C is faster, is there a program that would translate my C++
David> sources to C (eg. class -> struct etc.)?
brain-in-neutral> I wouldn't think that a C++ app that uses Gtk would
brain-in-neutral> typically be any slower than a C version, though I
brain-in-neutral> suppose it depends on how much of C++'s various
brain-in-neutral> features you use. To at least a first approximation a
brain-in-neutral> C++ class is the same as a C++ struct anyway. It's
brain-in-neutral> just that the default visibility of its members is
brain-in-neutral> private instead of static. I wouldn't worry about it.
If only I would proof my posts... That' visibility statement should be
It's just that the default visibility of its members is private instead
Sorry for the miscue. It's hot here in Chicago...
Skip Montanaro (skip pobox com)
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