On Sun, Oct 28, 2007 at 12:03:00AM -0600, M. Warner Losh wrote:
> In message: <4722BDBE.5030408@incunabulum.net>
> Bruce M Simpson writes:
> : It seems a team in Iceland succeeded in making Linux C++ enabled:
>
> Most people on this list haven't had experience with eC++. In this
> environment, a number of the features of the language are omitted to
> be better suited to the embedded environment.
>
> If it were up to me, I wouldn't bother with supporting exception.
> They are one of the areas that are abused that have dire consequences
> when abused (uncaught exceptions are evil, for example). Rtti was
> also omitted from eC++ as well. These things help debloat the
> language and can be used to good effect.


Could that be done with cfront (C++ to C translation)? From
memory, cfront didn't do exceptions or rtti either, as they had
not been invented yet.

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Andrew
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