(j3.2006) (SC22WG5.4401) Fwd: Draft TR on Further Interoperability of Fortran with C

David Muxworthy d.muxworthy
Thu Jan 27 13:37:31 EST 2011


I apologize for message 4400.  My information on forwarding bounced  
Majordomo messages is obviously deficient.  There follows a more  
readable version of the message from John Benito which the mailserver  
rejected.

FWIW John Benito and David Keaton have been added to the sc22wg5  
whitelist.
David
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To: N.M.Maclaren <nmm1 at cam.ac.uk>
From: John Benito <benito at bluepilot.com>
Subject: Re: (SC22WG5.4398) Fwd: Draft TR on Further Interoperability  
of Fortran with C
Cc: John.Reid at stfc.ac.uk, David Keaton <dmk at dmk.com>, WG5  
<sc22wg5 at open-std.org>
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 08:29:36 -0800
In-Reply-To: <Prayer.1.3.3.1101271623180.14140 at hermes-1.csi.cam.ac.uk>

No one even hinted that it was an "accident"!

John Benito
benito at bluepilot.com
T: 831-427-0528
C: 831-600-5547

On Jan 27, 2011, at 8:23 AM, N.M. Maclaren wrote:

>> *From: *David Keaton <dmk at dmk.com <mailto:dmk at dmk.com>>
>>    I've had a chance to look more closely at the Fortran/C
>> interoperability TR, and I take back what I said about the  
>> identifiers
>> ending in _t.  The future library directions only reserve those if  
>> they
>> begin with int or uint, and the TR begins them all with CFI_.
>>>
>>
>
> That was not accidental!
>
> The only names defined by the TR that do not start with CFI_ are the
> member names of structures, and none were in any of the reserved  
> namespaces
> of C90, C99, the draft C1X, C++98, C++ 2003 or POSIX 2001.  At  
> least as
> far as my search found.
>
> Regards,
> Nick Maclaren.

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