Is there an (exhaustive) list available, describing the restrictions applicable to the C++ compiler ?
I think in particular of :
- class/function templates
- static constant members in class
- implicit/explicit casting up, down, of pointers to classes, to inherited classes
- parameters passing of pointer to classes, to inherited classes in a polymorphic way (classes containing virtual functions)
Is the goal of the compiler to support more and more c++ compatibilities / features ?
If yes, is it a good practice to submit issues each time we encounter a restriction ?
Is there an approximative "red line" we could "feel", below which we can consider a compiler problem as an issue, and above which, an assumed restriction ?
Thank's in advance for answers/ideas.
Discussion about Z-Uno product. Visit http://z-uno.z-wave.me for more details.
1 post • Page 1 of 1