[PATCH] cpp11-migrate: Add '-supports' command line switch.
silvas at purdue.edu
Wed Jul 24 13:05:35 PDT 2013
FYI, when I read your description of the option, it seemed like what it did was choose transforms that have been available in cpp11-migrate since clang-3.0 (which is completely different from what the flag actually does).
The `-supports` flag is not very self-documenting; can you think of a name that would be self-documenting? TBH I can't think of a good, short name for this; maybe `-filter-transforms-for-compilers=clang-3.0,gcc-4.8,icc-12.1`? (I'm not very happy with that name though)
Comment at: docs/MigratorUsage.rst:121-123
@@ +120,5 @@
+ There is a special platform **c++11** that enables all transforms.
+ ``cpp11-migrate -supports c++11 <args..>``
Is there ever a situation where `-supports c++11` would alter behavior? If not, then why have it?
Comment at: docs/MigratorUsage.rst:116-119
@@ -115,1 +115,6 @@
+.. option:: -supports <platform>
+ Select the platforms to support. Transforms will be selected automatically to
+ work on all selected platforms.
This description is not very clear. How about "Select transforms targeting the intersection of language features supported by the given compilers".
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