Re: how to disable __thiscall on MinGW-gcc-4.7.x ?
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On 5/13/2012 09:47, niXman wrote: > 2012/5/12 Paweł Sikora: >> are there any benefits from this move? iirc gcc users can't call msvc-c++ >> parts directly due to different objects layout and name mangling. > There is an ongoing effort to make them compatible, though not any time soon, this is one of the first steps. > In this case, I do not understand the meaning in __ thiscall by default. > Also, I do not understand why this feature is not disabled. Someone > must have enabled it. How can I disable it? > I don't think it can be disabled. You should revert to an older version compatible with your compiled libraries. As a side note, C++ is a very complex language, you should not assume the objects are compatible if you mix compilers, even if it's a different version of the same compiler.
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