Tue Nov 30 23:39:00 GMT 1999
email@example.com (Anthony Cummings) writes:
> I've recently installed the binary release of -b20.1.
> However, a lot of the g++ header files seem to be missing:
> strclass.h, GetOpt.h etc...
> I updated from -b19.1, which had these header files.
> What has changed ? and what other g++ header files are different/changed i
> n -b20.1 from -b19.1??
GetOpt.h etc are part of now obsolete libg++, which has been superceded by
libstdc++, the C++ runtime library.
Your best bet is to port the library, or get libg++ and build it yourself.
(see FAQ at http://egcs.cygnus.com/faq.html for pointer).
If you do build it yourself, you'll run into the problem that libg++ adds
headers such String.h, which on win32, conflict with C header string.h
and Complex.h which conflict with C++ header complex.h. To use it
correctly, you'll need to define "header.gcc" which maps header names.
It's a maintainance headache.
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