On Tue, 24 Sep 2002, Sixbury, Dan wrote:
> I have gone to Sun's freeware site and downloaded and installed gcc-3.2
> which includes libgcc which I have also installed separately. The libgcc
> install includes libstdc++.a, .so .so.4 , etc.
> What am I missing???
Nothing. Alas, the C++ "standard" has changed radically in a very short
amount of time. In particular, C++ headers like fstream.h are now supposed
to be fstream. With gcc-3.2, the compiler's warnings effectively kill the
configure script. (This is a known problem and has been discussed on the
Try the patch I posted on this list:
(the configure test for that isn't quite perfect, but it should help you.)
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