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g++ 3.3 / 4.0 compatibility


Hi guys,

I'm told that:
   code built with g++ 3.x will have a link-dependency on libstdc++.so.5
and
   code built with g++ 4.0 will have a link-dependency on libstdc++.so.6


In what ways can this come to bite me? For instance, if a library was built with g++ 4.0, should I expect problems if I use that library in a program that was compiled with g++ 3.3?


Thanks,
Christian

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Christian Convey
Computer Scientist,
Naval Undersea Warfare Center
Newport, RI


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