[LC++]g++ 3.2 and C++ standards
fox at sby.centrin.net.id
Wed Nov 6 16:59:01 UTC 2002
On Wednesday 06 November 2002 12:37, Christian Beaudoin wrote:
> I have a lot of code written for g++ 2.96 and above and that doesn't
> compile anymore with the new version 3.2. In particular, I notice
> significant changes in the STL.
> I'm not sure if it is a good idea to convert my code for it compile with
> g++ 3.2 cause I want it to be standard with any platform. For example, I
> would like it to compile with compilers like Borland and M.....ft.
> What is your suggestion ?
> Is there a real C++ standard ?
> Christian Beaudoin
I think the problem is with namespace, so you must add you code with :
using namespace std ;
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