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Re: C++ nested classes, namespaces, structs, and compound statements
Petr Sorfa <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I've implemented FORTRAN95 MODULE support which is essentially
> equivalent to namespaces (except you cannot have nested MODULEs.) I
> treat it internally as a static class. For scoping issues I simply add
> (in DWARF) the current local symbols to the MODULE to the local symbols
> of the PROGRAM, CONTAINS, SUBROUTINE and FUNCTION scopes. A similar kind
> of approach will allow nested C++ namespaces (flame bait comment.)
I'm not sure I understand your implementation. (And I'm sure I don't
understand FORTRAN...) So, when some program construct imports a
module, you actually repeat the declarations for the imported module's
contents in the debug info for the importing construct?