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Re: Compilation error in 1.5.66

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Compilation error in 1.5.66
Date: Tue, 09 Jul 2002 12:05:34 +0200

> Looks like you're using an too old libstdc++.  Do you have the sstream
> header at all?  You can maybe try to configure like this:
>     CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/include/g++-3 ./configure
> as I have that header in:
>     libstdc++2.10-dev: /usr/include/g++-3/sstream
>     libstdc++3-dev: /usr/include/g++-v3/sstream
>     libstdc++4-dev: /usr/include/g++-v3-3.1/sstream

I searched the Debian package database and there is no
sstream file in any of the packages for Debian stable, 
only in testing/unstable. I use the libstdc++2.10-dev
version  1:2.95.2-13 from current Debian stable, which 
doesn't contain sstream.

> I don't really fancy adding conditional code for this, maybe we should
> add a check for ssstream, or require gcc >= 2.95.3 (or .4?).  I don't
> know how tightly libstdc++ versions are coupled to gcc.

Well, I certainly don't want to go inte the hazzle of mixing my 
stable Debian with lib files from unstable (libstdc++2.10-dev 
1:2.95.4-7 from unstable requires a newer libc6 and newer compiler).


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