Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
> It seems a little weird to me that clang defines __GNUC__, but I
> assume there are good reasons for it.
The thing is that "gcc" is as much a language dialect these days as it
is a compiler implementation, and many other compilers, including
clang, explicitly try to implement that dialect (clang goes even
further by trying to be compatible in other ways, e.g. command-line
syntax, but that's not relevant here).
__GNUC__ is a way many programs try to detect the presence of a
compiler that implements that dialect, they have little choice but to
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