[cfe-commits] r152137 - in /cfe/trunk: include/clang/AST/ include/clang/Basic/ include/clang/Driver/ include/clang/Frontend/ include/clang/Parse/ include/clang/Sema/ include/clang/Serialization/ lib/AST/ lib/CodeGen/ lib/Driver/ lib/Lex/ lib/Pars
kremenek at apple.com
Thu Mar 15 11:31:09 PDT 2012
On Mar 15, 2012, at 11:01 AM, Nico Weber <thakis at chromium.org> wrote:
> It seems to work fine on 10.5 and 10.6 (except for subscripting). As
> far as I can tell, literals are just converted into ObjC method calls
> that exist on 10.5 – I guess what I'm asking is if you expect literals
> to be compiled into something else soonish (say, within the next
> year). If you plan to support 10.7 and the 10.7 ObjC runtime doesn't
> support "compiled literals" already, that's probably not the case?
We try not to break existing code like that once we roll out a language feature. We'd only change how this feature is compiled if the minimum deployment target was set to something where we could break backward compatibility because we could change the runtime. That change would be transparent to developers.
> (What I really want to know if we can use this in chromium, which is
> still compiled for 10.5 :-) )
If you find that it works for you, that is something you can rely on. My main point is that we haven't tested it on 10.5, and if there are bugs because of subtle runtime differences, etc., we're not likely to invest time in fixing them.
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