Subject: Re: Postfix
To: Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 08/15/2000 16:33:40
>: >The reason I say you've mis-interpreted that particular web page is
>: >because it in no way indicates that a C compiler is a legacy feature of
>: >the standard -- what's marked as a "legacy" tool is "cc", aka K&R C, or
>: >as the page you can link to from there says "The cc utility is an
>: >interface to an unspecified C-language compilation system." If you look
>: >up c89 in the same standard you'll find it is *not* a legacy tool!
>: i've never met a c89 anywhere.
>See NetBSD 1.4.x or higher, /usr/bin/c89.
wow...gee. um...what do i do with it? oh, i see. cc -ansi. right.
will there be a c99 any time soon?
>In any case, *NetBSD* won't be dropping its (outsourced) C compiler anytime
>in the foreseeable future.
good to know. :)
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