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Re: Strange issues with gcc 2.95.3, libstdc++ 2.90.8, and Solaris nm

On Fri, May 24, 2002 at 03:29:19PM -0700, Timothy Demarest wrote:
> 1. iostream.h doesn't seem to get installed into 
> /opt/local/gnu/include/g++-v3/backward. Is it supposed to?

I would think so, but you'd have to watch the output of "make install" (or
"make install-target-libstdc++-v3") to see whether it's being skipped, or
was never included in the list, or is trying to install it but is getting
an error, or...

Note that GCC 2.x is now quite outdated.

> 2. All C++ code compiled with the new g++ fails with a seg fault.

The information below doesn't really help; you need to exmaine the coredump
with a debugger and see what's failing.

> 3. Solaris nm seg faults when trying to demangle libstdc++ (nm -C), but GNU 
> nm works fine. Solaris nm works with -C.

Bugs in Solaris' tools can be patched at


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