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Re: C++, exception, and memory handling

From: Valentin Tolmer
Subject: Re: C++, exception, and memory handling
Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2019 10:46:01 +0100

Hi Akim,

Thanks for the answer! I expected something like this, but I wanted to make

What's the policy towards standard features? Things like C++11 and so on:
do we assume 98 if nothing is specified, and guard modern alternatives with
the m4 flags? Or can we at least use 11, with things like "nullptr" and so
on? I'll have to check what's not included in 98, I haven't written in so
old a standard in a looooong time :)

On Mon, Mar 4, 2019 at 7:33 AM Akim Demaille <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi Valentin,
> > Le 3 mars 2019 à 18:09, Valentin Tolmer <address@hidden> a
> écrit :
> >
> > I would vote for the second option, of course, but I don't know if some
> > people rely on the first behavior.
> I would make the same choice.  We need something as simple and standard as
> possible.  I don't think we should worry about memory here: the rest of the
> compiler/processing chain is likely to be much more demanding than the
> parser.

Valentin Tolmer

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