We are in need of porting of huge C++ software program to linux. It uses a custom C++ library written by some really brilliant C++ programmer but with intense usage of __if_exists/__if_not_exists keywords. (close analog to "static if" support in 'D' language)
Until this time porting is not possible due to the fact that no linux(unix) compiler supports "__if_exists" extension.
But today, I've noticed the following in:
Update 6 (Posted April 2010), Package IDs below
DPD200017799 C++ Request to support MSVC __if_exists keyword on Linux
Does the above means, that the "__if_exists" support on Linux Intel C++ compiler is finally on?
Thank you, Dmitry
|DPD200017799||C++||Request to support MSVC __if_exists keyword on Linux|