Re: What is the diff. b/w libstdc++ and libg++ ?
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"S. Salman Ahmed" <email@example.com> writes:
> Can someone please highlight the difference between libg++ and libstdc++
IIRC, libstdc++ has now been split into two packages: libg++ and libstdc++.
libg++ contains the runtime files required for C++ code in general.
libstdc++ contains the Standard C++ library, a class library kinda like
the Java API.
> There are no libg++ libraries on my system whatsoever.
If you want to search for the package that a file belongs to, find
/debian/dists/potato/Contents-i386.gz and zgrep for particular files.
> While on the subject of 2.3.99-pre8, can Debian users who have tried it
> comment on its stability (or lack thereof) for basic home-use (email &
> WWW browsing under X) with Debian potato ? How about with Debian woody ?
I've only used it on a laptop (I wanted the USB support). It works,
mostly. Last version I used was 2.3.99-pre3.
"Life's not fair," I reply. "But the root password helps." - BOFH
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