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Re: [Gnash-dev] Re: shared pointers

From: Markus Gothe
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Re: shared pointers
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2006 16:49:16 +0200
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'extern "C" {
double x = (double)roundl((double)y);

should do.

Mateusz Loskot wrote:
> Rob Savoye wrote:
>> Mateusz Loskot wrote:
>>> Rob Savoye wrote:
>>>> Markus Gothe wrote:
>>>>> GCC is a gnuism with it's own non-iso extensions, not a real compiler
>>>>> for except x86-based systems imo. ;)
>>> Honestly, I was hoping Rob will tell us the truth about it :-)
>>   Actually, since I avoid using the extensions,
> Yes.
>> what's left is a nicely ANSI conforming C++ compiler,
>> especially if you use the newer 4.x version.
> Right.
> The only think that's missing for me is to get rid of problem described
> here (casting pointer-to-function to pointer-to-object, and vice versa):
> but this problem applies to C++ Standard than to particular compiler.
> But GCC could be nice and fix it even then :-)
>> I find this statement amusing, as for many years most people
>> thought it worked better on all the non x86 architectures. :-) The x86
>> really only started to catch up with GCC 3.x.
>>   Personally, it's VC++ that I find obnoxious, as it doesn't even really
>> support the ANSI C++ spec.
> I found Visual C++ 2005 as well supporting ANSI C++.
> However, it's a crap because does not support C99.
> Here is my (mloskot) story and funny replies from MS :-)
> Cheers

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