Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-21 Thread Michal F. Hanula
On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 04:05:09PM -0700, Lin Jianfong wrote: As far as I know, objective C is sort of ancestor to C++, an object oriented C, and I doubt if anyone is still using it nowadays. As for re-entrant, this is used when doing thread programming. Objective C is NOT an ancestor of C++.

Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-18 Thread Joel Rees
As far as I know, objective C is sort of ancestor to C++ ROFDDCI -- Joel Rees, programmer, Kansai Systems Group Altech Corporation (Alpsgiken), Osaka, Japan http://www.alpsgiken.co.jp ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-18 Thread Joshua Lokken
- Original Message - From: Dan Nelson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Joshua Lokken [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Lin Jianfong [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2003 5:45 PM Subject: Re: A couple of definitions In the last episode (Jul 17), Joshua Lokken said: Thanks much

Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-17 Thread Lin Jianfong
As far as I know, objective C is sort of ancestor to C++, an object oriented C, and I doubt if anyone is still using it nowadays. As for re-entrant, this is used when doing thread programming. I didn't bother with these either when upgrading a 4.7 box to 4.8. From: Joshua Lokken [EMAIL

Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-17 Thread Mykroft Holmes IV
Objective-C is the other OOP variant of C, and reportedly much easier to program in. It's still in heavy use in the Mac World, being one of the two main languages for Cocoa Programming, but isn't much used in the rest of the world, apart from maybe GNUStep (Objective-C was the primary language

Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-17 Thread Joshua Lokken
Thanks much! I feel comfortable omitting these now. Joshua - Original Message - From: Lin Jianfong [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2003 4:05 PM Subject: Re: A couple of definitions As far as I know, objective C is sort

Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-17 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jul 17), Joshua Lokken said: Thanks much! I feel comfortable omitting these now. Don't disable libc_r if you install gnome, kde, mysql, mozilla, or any other application that uses pthreads. If you don't build it, you'll be left with the old version, which will probably

Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-17 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Lin Jianfong [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: As far as I know, objective C is sort of ancestor to C++, Not an ancestor. Objective C and C++ were seperately developed, in different parts of the C community, and so far as I know there was little or no communication or cross-fertilization.

Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-17 Thread Chuck Swiger
LLeweLLyn Reese wrote: Lin Jianfong [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: As far as I know, objective C is sort of ancestor to C++, Not an ancestor. Objective C and C++ were seperately developed, in different parts of the C community, and so far as I know there was little or no communication or