Re: libc-5.4.7, libg++27-2.7.1-3, cout<<double
> firstname.lastname@example.org (joost witteveen) writes:
> > The only way I've been able to correct this, is by installing
> > libg++-184.108.40.206 on my system. This seems to work fine, without
> > any problems so far.
> > Is there any reason why we shouldn't upgrade our libg++?
> > (I emailed the libg++ maintainer, but no replies yet).
> David Engel wants to give it away, so if you want to package up
> 220.127.116.11, that would be great!
OK, I didn't know that (and he didn't reply to my mail).
I'll upload libg++-18.104.22.168 tonight, unless anyone else objects
within, say, 4 hours.
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