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[Bug c/11459] -stdc=c99 -pedantic -ansi warns about C90's non long-long support when in C99 mode

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neroden at gcc dot gnu dot org changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
            Summary|-stdc=c90 -pedantic -ansi   |-stdc=c99 -pedantic -ansi
                   |warns about C90's non long- |warns about C90's non long-
                   |long support when in C99    |long support when in C99
                   |mode                        |mode

------- Additional Comments From neroden at gcc dot gnu dot org  2003-07-08 23:57 -------
If -ansi is considered equivalent to -std=c90 or -std=c89, which I believe it is,then I think that one of the following should happen:* The last one on the command line should win.  This is the generalprinciple with conflicting options, I think.* A "conflicting options" error should be produced.Maybe this sort of thing can be cleared up with the options rewrite currently in progress.

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