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Stefanus Du Toit
Thu May 11 03:43:00 GMT 2000
thanks for your quick reply!
On Thu, 11 May 2000 email@example.com wrote:
> On Thu, 11 May 2000, Stefanus Du Toit wrote:
> libg++ is obsolete.
> libstdc++-v3 is an implementation the ISO standard C++ library, so it does
> not contain libg++ .
> libstdc++-v3 does contain a working basic_streambuf<>::showmanyc() .
> (If you find any bugs in it, please email this list. :-)
Yes, that's why I wanted to use libstdc++-v3 instead of libg++ that is
included with gcc 2.95.2.
> You are welcome to help look for bugs. :-)
Sure, I'll see what I can do.
> I do not think it matters which gcc-2.95.2 you use. Note that
> libstdc++-v3 is experimental, and does not come with gcc 2.95.2
> Unfortunately, libstdc++-v3 does not work with gcc-2.95.2 at this
> moment (lots of duplicate definition errors, caused in part
> by a bad tr in src/Makefile.am). Benjamin was using 2.96 from cvs.
Hmm, do you mean libstdc++-v3 is included with gcc 2.96 (cvs)?
I have been looking at the libstdc++ cvs from cygnus.com so far, it seems
to be the same as the april 20 snapshot - should I be looking somewhere
else for really bleeding edge, current cvs?
> I am currently working on a patch to fix the 2.95.2 problems; it should be
> ready to sumbit in a few hours. Care to be the first person to test it
> on FreeBSD ? :-) (I only have linux.)
Sure, I'll also see about getting cvs gcc though.
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