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I am reading Lippman's Inside C++ object model.
I feel lonely because the Microsoft C++ compiler which I use does not
provide me an implementation details manual, describing how they
implement vtables in case of single inheritance and multiple
inheritance.
Just to verify what I read is correct I don't have the same from any
other compiler vendors also.
I do not know where CFront's implementation manuals are.
I do not know they are accessible to everyone.
If the underlying implementation is "not sure" and "most likely" how
shall I draw boundaries? And why should I make wrong and likely
assumptions?
Is there any C++ compiler model implementation with source code and
design explanation available?(Model means some model, implementing at
least some version of the standard or pre-standard)
Thanks,
Vinodh


Aug 31 '05 #1
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P Vinodh Kumar wrote:

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Is there any C++ compiler model implementation with source code and
design explanation available?(Model means some model, implementing at
least some version of the standard or pre-standard)


http://gcc.gnu.org/

Aug 31 '05 #2

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