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Daniel Wengelin wrote:

> Fellow Teamers,
<<snip>>
> Then comes a few unverified rumours that ObjectAda
> (or any of the other compilers that I have not personally used
> recently) barfs on the third level of generic instantiation, or
> something.
>

We've been using VADS Self for Win32 intensively for the past couple of
years, and it has problems that are caused by the use of generics.  I
won't go into details here on the list, if you want to know more, e-mail
me.

Even though I'm NOT a C/C++ proponent by any stretch of the imagination,
it doesn't seem to be helpful to our cause that a compiler that costs as
much as VADS, and that is held out to be the best available, has
problems such as we've seen here.

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Happy trails,

Bob Inscoe

Senior Software Engineer
Strictly Business Computer Systems
Huntington, WV

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