g++ can't locate iosfwd

Ian Lance Taylor iant@google.com
Fri Aug 26 13:41:00 GMT 2011

Maciej Bliziński <maciej@opencsw.org> writes:

> 2011/8/25 Marc Glisse <marc.glisse@inria.fr>:
>> On Thu, 25 Aug 2011, Maciej Bliziński wrote:
>>> Perhaps I've run into this problem, because I'm setting the build in a
>>> an unusual or wrong way.  What I want, is having the libraries in
>>> /opt/csw/lib and the binaries in /opt/csw/gcc4/bin, and I don't care
>>> much where everything else lives.
>> Why do you want that? (there may be good reasons, but I don't know what they
>> are)
> This discussion predates my involvement with OpenCSW, so I can
> continue to package it as previously (everything under /opt/csw/gcc4),
> or move it slightly forward with accordance with the new shared
> libraries policy (libdir=/opt/csw/lib), or move it all to /opt/csw.
> I've asked this question on the maintainers mailing list, and will see
> if a consensus to move under /opt/csw appears or not.
> http://lists.opencsw.org/pipermail/maintainers/2011-August/015263.html
>> The one thing with a position that needs checking is the 64bit libraries.
>>> I can either set prefix to
>>> /opt/csw/gcc4 and libdir to /opt/csw/lib, or prefix to /opt/csw and
>>> some other settings to /opt/csw/gcc4.
>> Or just set prefix and add a few symlinks afterwards, or...
> I think that one idea of installing gcc under /opt/csw/gcc4 was to
> support an installation of multiple versions at the same time. For
> example, gcc-3.x would go under /opt/csw/gcc3, gcc-4.x would go under
> /opt/csw/gcc4, etc.

To be clear, the header files and libraries are gcc version specific.
You can't use the gcc-4.x libstdc++ header files with gcc-3.x.


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