Thanks for the response. It is mostly an issue of support. We have
a very complex set of development tools spanning several operating
systems, platforms and target CPUs. We have a requirement for a
certain level of support and tracability etc. for any tools used for
commercial development and are not in a position to meet those
requirements for gcc.
> Hi Kenneth-
> > I cannot understand how these basic violations could be present
> > I am the only one in the world not using gcc !
> I'm afraid you are indeed the only person not using gcc.
> > In any case I would be interested in hearing from anyone who has
> > struck these problems and has a solution, other than editting all
> > of the violating source code to make it genuinely ANSI compatible.
> Why is it not a solution to install gcc on your equipment? It's
> pretty straightforward.
> -- Rich Fuchs email@example.com (Research Libraries Group)
Kenneth Green +61 3 9210 5541 Tel. & Voicemail
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Received on Tue Oct 6 18:41:07 1998