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Attempting to use the C++ option -fno-operator-names doesn't work.
Testing on codesourcery's snapshot compiler reveals no problems.
The code at issue is :
testing gives :
xor.C:1:13: "defined" without an identifier
xor.C:1:12: missing binary operator before '('
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try compiling above code fragment with g++ -fno-operator-names
Actual Results: See above
Expected Results: Compile correctly
This was a known issue in -69 and was fixed in -70. As I see since -72
-foperator-names is broken (the driver passes the switch to the new cpp
which does only recognize -fno-operator-names). I've fixed this in my tree
and the fix will appear in -75 (together with nice Neil's diagnostic for
-foperator-names on your testcase:
E.C:1:13: operator "defined" requires an identifier
E.C:1:13: ("xor" is an alternative token for "^" in C++)
Should be fixed in cpp-2.96-75.