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> > in the header files would be all we need.
> > That's what I see in a lot of files under /usr/include/
> > e.g. all apr*.h files
> I know a lot of libs do that, but I was under the (possibly
> misguided!) impression that a naive port to C++ like that leads to a
> very poor library for C++ use.
> I know its OK for libraries with really simple interfaces (like most
> of libc), but is it really useful for libraries with much more complex
> semantics like tdb, talloc, ldb, libndr, pidl etc ?
> What sort of applications do you think will use this? If there really
> is a big need for it then great, I just don't want us to add such an
> ugly coding convention unless there is some real gain.
I don't want add ugly coding conventions:-)
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