I've tried searching the mingw-users mailing list archive,
but it appears the search function doesn't work, now, so
therefore I'm posting, here.
When trying to compile a program that uses
std::wstring, I get a link-error about missing definition.
std::string works fine, though. I've used MinGW 3.2 that
comes with Dev-C++. It appears to be a MinGW related
problem, as I've heard from others who had the same
Also, when testing for _GLIBCPP_USE_WCHAR_T on
MinGW, it's conspicuously absent, and, searching on
Google, I found this posting
msg_id=9057201&list=6013) from June, 2002:
"wide char streams aren't fully supported yet in new
libstdc++.a. I'm working on it."
Is this still the case? I've heard that GCC 3.2, with
library, now supports wide characters.