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Author paul.moore
Recipients paul.moore, steve.dower, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2015-06-19.20:04:26
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Cool. Easier distribution is good. Better compatibility with GPL requirements (depending only on "system facilities") is probably helpful for the general community, too.

Embedding in C++ built with a different version of the compiler is always going to be a fun exercise - I can't see this change as making things worse, even if it doesn't end up helping either.

I'm guessing that this specific change won't make much difference to embedding in general - it's the move to the universal CRT that mitigates the worst of the "don't mix C runtimes" issues, rather than this specific change?

Anyway, it's all steps in a positive direction, so that's good.
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