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SubjectRe: What if?
On Thu, 2 Dec 2004, Bernd Petrovitsch wrote:

> Exceptions, STL, and most of the fancy features are not usable and must
> be thrown out (you even have to forbid them and look after it).
> The holds - more or less - for operator overloading (except in very few
> cases).
> So the usual C++-(and OO-) marketing propaganda does not help since most
> features (including all standard run-time libs) are either not usable or
> forbidden.
> Yes, you get probably stricter type checking - most of this is in C also
> doable.

The first step was done.

http://netlab.ru.is/exception/KernelExceptions.pdf
http://netlab.ru.is/exception/LinuxCXX.shtml
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