I am very much new to this posts.If this post is not releven here, please let me know what could be relevent thread.
We have a big proprietary project. Our code was compiling very properly with gcc 3.3.4 but not with 4.1.2.
The errors what we get is "ISO forbids declaration" / undefined symbols kind of.
my question is that is there any gcc/g++ compiler switch which can disable checking extra ISO confirmations and stick to our older ISO standards.
in addition to this how we can figure out what ISO standards are supported by which gcc/g++ versions