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The "what were they thinking" department

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On Wed, 19 Nov 2003 21:56:27 -0500
Glenn Burkhardt <gbburkhardt at> wrote:

> In fairness to the GCC folks, it also looks like C++ has becomre much
> more complicated in recent years.  ANSI has been at work, making
> "improvements".
I think this is really the issue. We now have a rather complex yet
powerful language. WRT: GDB&GCC, this looks like a finger-pointing
issue. GDB wants it fixed in GCC, and GCC wants it fixed in GDB. 

I actually encountered this very same problem myself the other day. 

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Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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