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SubjectRe: linux headers and C++

On 06-Jul-99 Marc Mutz wrote:
> you can't possibly mean to write greater parts of the kernel in C++?

No (thought I made that clear)! But there were made general statements
that C++ isn't useful at all... and real OO would be something
different than the it's approach. I just couldn't resist to state that I've
different experiences with application-level projects.

> I believe low-level software should be written in a low-level language.

I agree. But then...I'm not quite sure where the exact line
between low- and high- level soft should be drawn (no, I don't want
to raise that microkernel issue again ;-).

frank




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