[Pdns-dev] pdns on debian ppc / pdns and intel icc
norbert at linuxnetworks.de
Thu Oct 23 14:32:33 CEST 2003
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On Thursday 23 October 2003 13:05, you wrote:
> > Compiling pdns with intels icc compiler was not successfull at
> > all. I got thousands of warnings (gcc is very lax about C/C++
> > code) and it bailed out somewhere in bindbackend.
> gcc is not lax, icc is pretty uncompliant. gcc 3.3 is among the
> most complete and strict compilers out there.
Depends on the compliance to which standard. icc is compliant (I think
at least more than gcc) to ansi C/C++ and gcc is mostly complient to
ansi, but icc is not complient to most gcc extensions. If you see gcc
as standard, you are right.
But icc is definitely more strict than gcc about what is allowed and
what is not. There are three or four types of warnings which icc
repeatedly prints out.
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