Alexei Khlebnikov writes:
> I am faced with a problem: my classes hierarchy is not compiled by G++ 3.0
> Debian prerelease.
> I use woody branch and I don't want to switch to sid because I want to have a
> somewhat stable system.
> G++ 3.0 Debian prerelease ICEs on my (legal) code. I've wrote a bug report to
> GNATS and received an answer that the bug was fixed in the release. So, I have a
> question to Debian GCC maintainers: is there a scheduled date for moving GCC 3.0
> release to woody branch? If not, how fast it would happen? If unknown, is it
> safe to download release from the sid branch and install it through "apt-cache
> add" or manually through "dpkg --install" ? Or I should build it from sources?
> In that unliked case, should I use Debian-provided GCC sources or ones provided
> by gcc.gnu.org ?
it should be ok to install gcc-3.0 from sid, but it depends on some
more packages only in sid (newer libc6 and binutils).
I don't like the current situation. we have a gcc version in woody
that should be removed and version in sid, which doesn't
- Re: G++ 3.0
- From: "Christopher C. Chimelis" <email@example.com>
- G++ 3.0
- From: Alexei Khlebnikov <firstname.lastname@example.org>