svn commit: samba r18030 -
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Stefan (metze) Metzmacher
metze at samba.org
Mon Sep 4 12:38:10 GMT 2006
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tridge at samba.org schrieb:
> > ok, I'll do some experiments, when I start merging...
> > And I think we should make samba4 also able to compile with c++.
> Only if we don't have to make compromises in code readability.
yes, the goal should be to let c++ applications make use of our libraries.
> Is there some advantage to this beyond the nice warnings that I
> haven't spotted?
> Getting rid of 'new' and 'private' is harmless. Losing a very natural
> way to declare structures isn't :-)
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