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Re: gcc 3.0 and <strstream>


On Aug  8, 2001, Peter Scott <drip@cats.ucsc.edu> wrote:

> while i notice that g++-3.0 does things that g++-2.95.3 (or
> g++-2.95.2) does not do (e.g., the "at()" function is now in
> 3.0), 3.0 seems significantly slower on my machine,

Yep, see the archives for threads about this that appear at least once
a week.

> and it does not like "old" code that uses istrstream (from
> <strstream>).

But it does accept the C++ Standard header <sstream> and the C++
Standard template-class specialization istringstream, which is why
<strstream> and istrstream are deprecated, but still available in the
backward-compatibility include directory.

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