Op 15-Jan-16 om 8:07 PM schreef Bo Persson:
> On 2016-01-05 20:16, Ian Collins wrote:
>> Has there ever been a move to formally identify standard library
>> headers that don't require run time (especially dynamic allocation)
>> support? An obvious example would be <array>.
>> The reason I ask is to make at least a subset of the standard library
>> available to smaller embedded projects.
> No, I don't think so.
> The standards committee is, in general, not very fond of defining
> language subsets. They strongly prefer compilers to implement the
> whole language.
The question wass not about a compiler implementing a subset, but
about library functions (or headers, as groups of functions) that do
not need a particular feature that is incompatible with a specialized
use, like heap and execptions (and maybe RTTO) not being compatible
with (very) small micro-controllers.