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- Subject: Re: OT Clean C standard?
- From: Alexander Gladysh <agladysh@...>
- Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2010 18:55:05 +0400
> I am re-reading the Lua reference manual. I see that Lua is written in a
> subset of ANSI C and C++ known as clean C. I would like to improve my C code
> and what better way then to follow in the Lua developers footsteps but I
> can't find a references to this online. Could someone point the way?
I usually just separately compile my plain C code as C89, C99 and C++
98 with as much warnings enabled as is practical, fix all warnings and
run tests for each target.