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Re: Available for testing: gcc-3.3.1-1 and gcc-mingw-20030911-1
Danny Smith wrote:
Ada, Java, ObjC are affected as well as C++. Also, note that any C++ code
that uses iostreams or STL will be using exceptions. Oh yes, and new/delete use
That is, any C++ code. 'Kay.
But garden variety C should not be affected.
Linking to w32api dll's certainly isn't affected.
FWIW, C++ optimisation is so much better with gcc-3.3 than with 3.2 it would
probably pay to recompile C++ libs anyway, even if the exception model hadn't
That's fine by me (although Ralf will probably be a little torqued; qt &
kde ...) -- I just wanted to know if I had to recompile all of my
packages, which are mostly library-providers, AGAIN for the fourth time
in less than a month.
At which point it would've gotten ugly.
But, it appears that I don't have to do that, except for ncurses
(cygncurses++7.dll). So I'm happy...
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