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Re: ccc



Adam C Powell IV <hazelsct@mit.edu> writes:

> One warning though: since gcc became gcc-3.2, I haven't been able to
> build a working cxx.  It must be trying to call gcc, which is 3.2,
> but cxx's name mangling is incompatible with 3.2 so there are always
> missing symbols (like cout). 

Hmm, works for me[tm] on sid with cxx cxx-6.5.9.31. My comp.config
looks like this:

 -Wl,--demangle=compaq -tk -h/usr/bin -B -tl -h/usr/bin -B -ts -h/usr/lib/compaq/cxx-6.5.9.31/alpha-linux/bin -B_rh70 -D__DECCXX_LIBCXX_RH70 -D__linux_dist_debian -SD/usr/lib/compaq/cxx-6.5.9.31/alpha-linux/include/cxx -SD/usr/lib/compaq/cxx-6.5.9.31/alpha-linux/include -SD/usr/local/include -SD/usr/lib/gcc-lib/alpha-linux/3.2.2/include -SD/usr/include  | -SysIncCxxDir /usr/lib/compaq/cxx-6.5.9.31/alpha-linux/include/cxx -SysIncDir /usr/lib/compaq/cxx-6.5.9.31/alpha-linux/include   -SysIncDir /usr/local/include -SysIncDir /usr/lib/gcc-lib/alpha-linux/3.2.2/include -SysIncDir /usr/include -L/usr/lib/compaq/cxx-6.5.9.31/alpha-linux/lib   -L/usr/lib/gcc-lib/alpha-linux/3.2.2 -std strict_ansi

(Hmm, 3.2.2 should really be 3.2.3. Still works :)

-- 
	Falk



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