Re: Traditional C rejects ISO C
- From: "Carl B. Constantine" <duckwing duckwing ca>
- To: Manish Singh <yosh gimp org>, "no6 pobox com" <number6 ip120 gte156 dsl-acs2 sea iinet com>, gtk-list gnome org, glade-users lists ximian com
- Subject: Re: Traditional C rejects ISO C
- Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 10:37:15 -0700
* Manish Singh (yosh gimp org) wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 12, 2004 at 08:01:05PM -0700, Carl B. Constantine wrote:
> > I thank you for your reply, however it doesn't really answer my
> > question. First, I'm only using gcc, so Borland and MS C don't count.
> > Second, I'm obviouslly using gcc's -Wtraditional setting for these
> > errors to come up, so my question was: how do I get rid of these errors
> > so that everything works correctly while still using -Wtraditional?
> > Should I even be using -Wtraditional?
> I doubt you should be using -Wtraditional. Do you really care if your
> code works with pre-ANSI C compilers? That's what "traditional" means.
I don't. I found the setting for that. However, Anjuta in Fedora Core 2
doesn't seem to let this setting go off, even after I turn it off :-(
My debian install works fine, I can turn it off and all is well again.
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