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compiling templates

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There are two strategies for compiling templates: the includsion model
and the seperate compilation model. Could you please tell me which
models vc++ and gcc take, respectively?
Thanks.

Oct 25 '06 #1
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asdf wrote:
There are two strategies for compiling templates: the includsion model
and the seperate compilation model. Could you please tell me which
models vc++ and gcc take, respectively?
Thanks.
AFAIK, only the inclusion model is available for both compilers.

Stuart
Oct 25 '06 #2

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Thanks.

Stuart Redmann wrote:
asdf wrote:
There are two strategies for compiling templates: the includsion model
and the seperate compilation model. Could you please tell me which
models vc++ and gcc take, respectively?
Thanks.

AFAIK, only the inclusion model is available for both compilers.

Stuart
Oct 25 '06 #3

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