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Re: object-oriented C programming

On Thu, 7 Dec 2000, Sam Couter wrote:

> C++ is useless if your target platform has no C++ compiler available, or
> only broken C++ compilers. Samba and Apache are examples of software that
> can't be written in C++ and still support all of the platforms they support
> right now.

This falls under "use the right tool for the job."  If a compiler isn't
available, is that the fault of the language?  What Samba/Apache 
platforms don't have C++ compilers?  Someone should let the
FSF/RedHat(Cygnus) know.



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