llewelly at lifesupport.shutdown.com
Sun Jul 20 14:34:20 PDT 2003
Peter Kadau <peter.kadau at tuebingen.mpg.de> writes:
> Hi !
> > http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-3.3/gcc/Warning-Options.html#Warning%20Options
> Hmm, that's exactly as in the info page.
> > http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-3.3/gcc/C---Dialect-Options.html#C++%20Dialect%20Options
> > and search for permissive, to see the condition Alexander speaks of.
> Well, here it is:
> Downgrade messages about nonconformant code from errors to
> warnings. By default, G++ effectively sets -pedantic-errors
> without -pedantic; this option reverses that. This behavior and
> this option are superseded by -pedantic, which works as it does
> for GNU C.
On second reading, I'm not sure I understand it either. (And I am
a native speaker. :-)
> I admit, I'm not a native speaker, so please correct me.
> Doesn't that mean, if you don't specify any pedantic, it defaults
> to -pedantic-errors for C++, but if you specify -pedantic, you don't
> get errors for warnings like it should be... ??
Specifying -pedantic doesn't turn errors into warnings for
g++. I don't think the phrase 'this option reverses that' is
intended to mean g++ swaps the meaning of -pendantic and
-pendantic-errors; I think it is intended to mean -fpermissive
downgrades many errors into warnings.
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