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Re: gcc3.1 regression?


I also have not been able to replicate the bug in Jakub's code with
either the 4/19 or the 5/6 snapshots (specs below). 

I checked this because when first looking at the code, I thought it
shouldn't compile ( in the declaration of T it looks as though A,B
should be copied). So I tried it out on different compilers. Those
that didn't choke for other reasons seemed to accept the code.

I notice that my build is a 686 build whereas  the build in question
is a 586 build, could that be the reason ( sorry if it's obvious, I
don't know the internals of gcc ).



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