Determining libstdc++ version at compile time
Mon Mar 19 17:29:00 GMT 2001
I'm looking at maintaining a piece of code which uses
some low-level functions in the libstdc++-v2 iostreams
implementation, and need to keep that code portable
between v2 and v3.
What is the preferred method of determining the libstdc++
version at compile time?
Someone recommended to me that using some preprocessor macro
#if ( defined(__GNUC__) && defined(_CPP_STREAMBUF) )
v3 specific iostreams code here
v2 specific iostreams code here
I don't like relying on the _CPP_STREAMBUF macro.
Is there another macro which can tell me the version of
the libstdc++ library instead?
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