Re: Bug#20587: libstdc++2.8-dev: std.h not found
On Mon, Apr 13, 1998 at 10:27:25AM +1000, Herbert Xu wrote:
> > Regrettably, we don't have a libg++22.214.171.124 package yet.
> Well that means prcs should be moved out of hamm unfortunately unless we
> back off to libg++272.
> > Please ask the prcs upstream authors to move away from libg++.
> Why would they? This is a GNU project after all.
Because the GNU folks have decided to abandon libg++ in favour of libstdc++.
In <9804021201.AA21734@vlsi1.ultra.nyu.edu>, email@example.com
(Richard Kenner) writes:
: For those who are still using the obsolete libg++ and cannot remove the
: dependency on that package from their applications, the following file is
: also available at ftp.gnu.org and the mirror sites:
: libg++-126.96.36.199.tar.gz 753,627 bytes
: This file is an add-on to libstdc++-188.8.131.52. To install, rename all files
: and directories into the libstdc++ directory; see the README.
: libg++ is unsupported.
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