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I'm not sure if you could call separate compilation of templates a `small
corner of the language', really. It's just so hard to implement that
everyone has got used to doing without it, and there *are* ways to get
along without it.
Separate compilation of templates ? There are no such thing.
Posted Dec 15, 2007 23:16 UTC (Sat) by khim (subscriber, #9252)
Do you mean templates export ? The thing does not exist in real world and should not exist in real world. And since all compilers (except one) don't support it you can just remove it from the spec (AFAIK C++ committee plans to do just that). So yes, it's minor thing. We'll see if Theora support will be the same "minor thing" in HTML5...
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