Subject: Re: Objective C
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Richard Rauch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/09/2001 15:01:09
According to the man-page, you can also specificy the language with the
``-x'' option to gcc. E.g., ``gcc -x objective-c some-objc-file
another-obj.c -x none normal.c normal.c++''
...would treat some-objc-file and another-obj.c as Objective C, normal.c
as C, and normal.c++ as C++.
You also apparently need to link with -lobjc in order to get crucial
Objective C support.
This is just from a quick browse of the man-page. I've never actually
used the stuff. (^&
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