There is ONE exception
Posted Apr 3, 2009 6:16 UTC (Fri) by qg6te2
In reply to: There is ONE exception
Parent article: A GNOME 3.0 plan
Unfortunatelly it only means you must fight the compiler tooth and nail to make it produce somewhat sane code. Take a look on this and compare it with the same things in sane languages (Java or even GObject - even if it's not language it's must easier to make it do what you want and not what it wants).
I'm not sure about "fighting the compiler tooth and nail". If one does that, it generally means one is fighting against the language rather than using it properly. Any language can be abused, and C++ is no exception. Furthermore, the link provided above leads to much Qt-specific code, which shouldn't be equated with all of C++ code. Qt has far more specific idiosyncrasies than gtkmm, for example.
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