c++.command-line - Inconsistency of -A related ANSI compatibility flags
- Michael (9/9) Mar 26 2004 One annoyance I've run into with DMC++ is that you can't use the -A to s...
One annoyance I've run into with DMC++ is that you can't use the -A to switch to compile without warnings and errors from the STLport headers. I had to switch to adding "-Aa -Ae -Ab -Ar -Aw" which presumably still complies with strict ANSI but doesn't generate any STLport warnings. This seems very inconsistent and counter-intuitive to me. Walter, can we have "-A" produce identical behavior as "-Aa -Ae -Ab -Ar -Aw"? Other than that nit, DMC++ is my favorite compiler on Windows. Excellent job Walter. The compiler is well worth the price. /Michael
Mar 26 2004