Re: HP C compiler questions.
Date: 17 Jul 2003 15:33:18 +0300
firstname.lastname@example.org (Dennis Handly) writes:
> On IPF, the C compiler is based on the aC++ compiler. PA won't change.
Ahh, that's a detail I missed. On PA the compilers will remain
distinct then, I take it.
> the IPF C compiler no longer supports K&R mode, -Ac.
> (Note there are very few things that require changing between K&R and
> ANSI C.)
Is there any equivalent of cc's +M0 option to get warnings
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