[LC++]g++ 3.2 and C++ standards
christ_beaudoin at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 11 12:10:01 UTC 2002
Thank you for your answers.
I tried to compile my code with g++ 2.95.3 and it compiles very well !
I think it s not a question of bugs in gcc 3.2, but more a question of
standards. In particular, they changes many things in the STL. They have
thrown away the hash_map and the includes ending by ".h" don't work anymore.
I will continue working with the version 2.95.3 until the new standards are
popular enough that the change be valuable.
>From: "Christian Beaudoin" <christ_beaudoin at hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: tuxcpprogramming at lists.linux.org.au
>To: tuxcpprogramming at lists.linux.org.au
>Subject: [LC++]g++ 3.2 and C++ standards
>Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 00:37:41 -0500
>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
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