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Re: egcs libg++

> I recently tried galen's egcs package with deity but found that egcs can't
> use the libg++ that 2.7.2 uses. It's STL has been hacked to the point
> where egcs can't handle it :<
> So, what can be done about having two libg++-dev's installed? One with a
> hacked stl for gcc and one with a normal one for egcs.
> Galen, did you ever find a new libg++ maintainer?

What's wrong with me?

I know I've been very slow releasing some bugfixes with some of my
other packages, but I think I've been handling libg++ reasonably well.
Could you tell me why you think libg++ needs a new maintainer?

I've been intending to release libg++28 (2.8.0b6), but now I hear I'll
have to wait for glibc-2.0.5c at least for it to be useful. 

joost witteveen, joostje@debian.org
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