"Chad R. Larson" <chad(at)eldocomp(dot)com> writes:
> I suspect that among the conformance switches, you can find a combination
> you like:
I've been through them. None of 'em turn off // comments. Or #-sign
preprocessor assertions, or a few other post-ANSI-C inventions.
(Hell, preprocessor assertions aren't in C99 either.)
> Also, look at the warning options "-pedantic" and "-pedantic-errors".
As the GCC folks advise, those are useful only for pedants. I'm not
interested in pedantry, but portability. I don't think the GCC guys
really care about backwards compatibility to old compilers ... which
is surely their right, but it's kind of a problem for those of us
who'd like to maintain portable application code.
regards, tom lane
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