Por: John Kaster
Resumen: You can use the Plum Hall query web application to view C++Builder 6's ANSI C++ compliance
The Plum Hall test suite results query application originally published for C++Builder 4 has been updated with the results for C++Builder 5 and 6. You can find the article about the original results at
http://bdn.borland.com/article/1,1410,10047,00.html. This article explains the background on the Plum Hall test suite.
Note: Our latest compiler is more compliant than these figures show. These test results do not include "negative" tests, which verify the compiler generates a valid diagnostic message for bad code. The version 6 compiler improves our recognition of invalid code, but the test results shown here do not reflect this information yet. If our automated reporting tool can be updated to report the results of these "negative" tests, I will update this article and the report database to show the new results.
For more details, see the Plum Hall test results query application at http://ww6.borland.com/plumhall/phq.exe/query.
If you would like to purchase a copy of the ANSI C++ specification document ISO/IEC 14882-1998, you can get it from the ANSI on-line store. This is the best document for explaining the Plum Hall test suite results for the Borland C++ compilers.
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