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Is C-ARM Supports c++ ?

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Author
Raj Mittal
Posted
3-Oct-2006 06:20 GMT
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ARM
New! Is C-ARM Supports c++ ?

Hi,

Are Keil ARM tools [C-ARM and keil IDE] supports
c++ types and features.. like
class, inheritance, polymorphisom etc..

Can anyone guide me regarding this

Best regards,
Mittal

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Author
Andy Neil
Posted
3-Oct-2006 07:32 GMT
Toolset
ARM
New! RE: Is C-ARM Supports c++ ?

If it was a C++ compiler, they wouldn't call it a 'C' compiler, would they?!

http://www.keil.com/support/man/docs/ca/ca_intro.htm

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Author
Andy Neil
Posted
3-Oct-2006 07:45 GMT
Toolset
ARM
New! RealView

They do, however, call RealView a "C/C++ Compiler":

http://www.keil.com/arm/realview.asp#compiler

For further details, I guess you should call Keil sales to discuss your requirements:

http://www.keil.com/company/contact.asp

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Author
Raj Mittal
Posted
4-Oct-2006 09:43 GMT
Toolset
ARM
New! RE: RealView

Okay,
Got the point.

If I talk about perticular requirment, I need
only Class, and inheritance for my device [driver]class. But only for that I dont want to go with
armcc

By the way Thanks, Andy

-Regards
Raj

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Author
Reinhard Keil
Posted
4-Oct-2006 16:40 GMT
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ARM
New! RE: RealView

The RealView compiler is a full-featured ISO standard C++ compiler. It supports everything including Templates.

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Author
Andy Neil
Posted
4-Oct-2006 17:00 GMT
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ARM
New! ISO Standards?

"The RealView compiler is a full-featured ISO standard C++ compiler"

What revision of the standard?

For 'C', is that C89, or C99?

Similarly, I don't think I've ever seen it clearly stated what revision the C51 compiler follows...

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Reinhard Keil
Posted
5-Oct-2006 16:25 GMT
Toolset
ARM
New! RE: ISO Standards?

The RealView Compiler is ANSI C99. All other Keil Compilers are C90 with some language extensions. See:
http://www.keil.com/support/docs/1893.htm

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