GSoC: Making ports work with clang

Dimitry Andric dimitry at
Mon May 3 12:38:32 UTC 2010

On 2010-05-03 13:19, "C. Bergström" wrote:
>> Of course it does.  It forces you to make your software portable.
> and your point is?
> Are you trying to say that s/building/porting/ between compilers is 
> going to magically make the software (have less bugs, more performance 
> or better robustness)

No, it gives you the choice of which compiler to use.

> Porting could be a means-to-an-end, but still 
> it's not an end goal.. I'm digging at what's the end goal.. After it's 
> all ported what magically happens?

You can then switch compilers freely, or at least, without too much

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