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Re: [PATCH] Update 2 - Setup.exe property sheet patch
- From: "Robert Collins" <robert dot collins at itdomain dot com dot au>
- To: Schaible, Jörg <Joerg dot Schaible at gft dot com>,<cygwin-patches at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2002 00:46:16 +1100
- Subject: Re: [PATCH] Update 2 - Setup.exe property sheet patch
- References: <C2D7D58DBFE9D111B0480060086E96350689B60B@mail_server.gft.com>
I'm sorry Jorg, but I don't have the standard to reference. Do you know
of an on-line copy? (Googling for "c++ standard 10.3.2" gave me lots of
useless hits :})
I got my info from the C++ FAQS second edition (Cline Lomow & Girou),
----- Original Message -----
From: "Schaible, Jörg" <Joerg.Schaible@gft.com>
>My understanding is that this is not 100% the case. Or more
>pedantically - in a class derived from a a class with virtual
>those virtual functions wil get overriden, but if not declared virtual
>themselves, any further derivations will not. I believe that the
>technique of doing this to allow inlining of code calling references to
>an object is called 'final classes'.
Sorry, Gary is right. See 10.3.2 of the standard.