Subject Re: [IB-Architect] Rock>Java>Threads>Hardplace
Author Glebas Paulevicius
At 04:31 PM 2000-11-25 -0800, you wrote:
>Helen Borrie wrote:
>> At 06:44 PM 25-11-00 -0400, Claudio wrote:
>> >What's the state of C++ compilers in the N+1 platforms today? Can we
rely on
>> >non-ultra-tricky code behaving the same on several compilers?
>> And is there an open source C++ compiler ?
>> H.

Why does compiler needs to be open source?
Let's not overdo. Isn't free compiler enough?

I guess if one writes non-ultra-tricky C++ code,
Borland free C++ compiler for Windows
and GNU open source C++ compiler for UNIX will
cover most of what's needed.