> I'm posting a second query about this, as I didn't hear from anyone in
> over two weeks.
while the greatest minds of this group are debating the best way
to remove a file by the name of "-l".
That's my understanding. I think C++ has better warnings thanQuote:> I'm reading Peter Van Der Linden's fine book 'Expert C Programming', and
> have taken to heart is admonition to "Lint early, Lint Often" (p59) but...
> I can't figure out how to get lint to work for C++ files. The man pages in
> AnswerBook all use phrases like 'linting a C program'. Using lint, even
> from the command line (avoiding any make-osities), with a file that is not
> a .c extension, produces an error.
> Can this really be?! No lint for C++?
C, but I don't think it's up to lint's quality.
I have the full Visual Workshop for C++ install.
Am I wrong? Please, tell me I'm full of *and point me at
the C++ lint.