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On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 07:00:33PM -0400, Alexander Viro wrote:

No, it would not. If g++ can do that, gcc also should be able to,
especially by the time when we will have preprocessor BS under
control in sufficient degree. Right now neither gcc nor g++ will
see the large part of tree.

I think would be really cool if all this 'magic' in gcc (whatever
part of gcc is irrelevant right now) would be exported into a library
or shared object which editors could then load and use... dynamically
perhaps.

Anyhow, all this is getting way off topic...



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