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Re: gcc-2.95 and SGI STL 3.2
>>>>> "Martin v. Loewis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> >> STL 3.2 has one very important advantage (at least in things I'm
>> >> involved in) - it is thread-safe.
> [which class?]
>> <string>, see the thread starting with
> In that case, updating STL won't give you anything: gcc does not use
> <string> from STL. I don't know what the rationale is,
The native g++ <string> uses refcounting. The SGI STL <string> always
does a deep copy.