Subject: bool accepted == true ? (was Re: Abi string class)
From: Joaquin Cuenca Abela (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 01 2001 - 04:26:23 CST
On 01 Feb 2001 10:25:19 +0100, Mike Nordell wrote:
> Since I'm now getting up to revs. again, and its over three years
> C++ language standard was accepted (the macro __cplusplus expands to
> on a conforming implementation) would it be possible to reopen this
> Are we currently supporting any compiler without the bool keyword? If
> what would be the risk we would ever encounter such a beast in the
> (when compilers hopefully have become even more, not less,
I was waiting that :)
A strong +1 from me (see apache vote style for more details :)
One may argue about templates, STL, and so on... but a C++ compiler
that doesn't support bool is really not a C++ compiler (hell, it's not
even a standard compliant C compiler).
And bool was used in (almost) all the compilers waaaaay before 1997.
(btw, I think that simple template use should be allowed, too, but
that's another issue).
-- Joaquín Cuenca Abela email@example.com
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