gcc 3.3 cmath undefined errors
Wed May 18 23:53:00 GMT 2005
>I have a question though about gcc -x c++/g++. Are these the same thing? What's the difference?
They are not the same thing.
gcc executes the C toolchain, and puts in C flags, C defines and C libraries.
g++ executes the C++ toolchain, and puts in C++ flags, C++ defines, and C++ libraries.
What all the little fiddly bits are I'm not 100% sure. Use the -v flag (verbose) to see what they produce for you on your system.
Careful use of gcc can make it behave identical to g++. But why bother? :-)
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