[gmx-developers] C++ policy for master
roland at utk.edu
Mon Oct 18 10:22:28 CEST 2010
On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 3:55 AM, Berk Hess <hess at cbr.su.se> wrote:
> My suggestion would be to switch to C++ immediately after we release 4.5.2.
> 4.5.2 should be released asap, somewhere this week.
> But I thought we decided not to use io streams.
During the last developer meeting? Does a summary of that meeting existing?
What is the reason for not using io streams?
> On 10/18/2010 06:26 AM, Roland Schulz wrote:
> what the policy regarding C++ in master? Is it already permitted?
> I'm asking, because I would like to merge my history function branch into
> master. Since I need to record all stdin I had to write gmx wrappers for all
> stdin reading functions. My solution for those wrappers is not very clean.
> Instead of cleaning up those wrapper, it would be much easier to record all
> stdin if all tools would read from std::cin (instead of scanf, getc, ..).
> Thus I would like to change that. Would that change be OK already now or
> very soon?
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