Hi,

At Fri, 4 Jan 2008 01:06:37 +0900,
Mohit Sindhwani wrote in [ruby-talk:285846]:
> > Is there any such thing as extern "C++"? This must be a mistake in the 
> > sources?
> 
> I think it's an error - it's in win32.h - I found an earlier link that 
> had stumbled across this as a problem.  But, in that person's case, 
> changing it back didn't solve the problem.  Anyway, it works for me now.

It's valid.  The C++ spec requires extern "C" and "C++" at
least.  Other linkages e.g., "pascal", "fortran", "ada", etc,
can be implementation defined.

> I completely agree that Developer Studio does have a lot of good things and

Maybe, but Borland make is too silly, it should not be named as
`make'.

-- 
Nobu Nakada