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Re: Using third party STL library
On Mon, May 20, 2002 at 06:41:25PM -0700, Joe Buck wrote:
> > You can try STLPort
> > http://www.stlport.com
> I see little reason anymore. It's just a different fork of the same
> code that is in 3.1's libstdc++ (both originate in the SGI STL), and
> the 3.1 version has a lot more testing.
> If there are particular features of STLport that people like, it would
> be better to see if we can get them into the GCC version.
The single nice feature of STLport, as far as I can see, is their debug
mode, in which iterators and containers keep track of one another. Then an
iterator knows when it has become invalid, and can give error messages on
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