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Re: exceptions without libstdc++-v3?


On Feb 27, 2002, Adam Megacz <gcc@lists.megacz.com> wrote:

> Phil Edwards <phil@jaj.com> writes:
>> > What do I need to link in to a program to get exception support?
>> > libstdc++-v3 doesn't build on mingw -- do you need it in order to have
>> > exception support?

>> Yes and no.  The actual library is libsupc++.a (core c++ support, like
>> exceptions and new/delete).  But that library is built as part of the
>> libstdc++-v3 directory.

> Thanks, I'm able to get that part to compile.

Hey!  But you had promised that libjava did not depend on libstdc++-v3
in any way, which is how you managed to get the patch to that effect
in.  Since this is not true, please revert your patch to the top-level
Makefile.in.

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