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Re: Menu Segfaults! (thank you!)


On Tue, 7 Oct 1997, joost witteveen wrote:

> > I would love to see your menu package on my Alpha.  The problem is that
> > it is the only package so far that uses libg++ specific things like
> > Strings 
> Ah, that unfortunately was a misunderstanding on my part of the status
> of libg++ "String". I thought it was going to be more or less standard,


standard string class is called "string" ;)

> but apparenlty the GNU pleople don't like those libg++ specific things
> themselves. 

because stuff from Standard C++ library has more functionality
and should be implemented by any other C++ vendor/

> I'm not too sure about what I should use instead of
> String (I rahter liked the class), but I believe there's a SGI
> STL class that has something similar. Maybe I'll switch some time.


the closest SGI class is rope... Bbut libstdc++ already has
<string> implemented.

> Excactly. I'll have to switch one day anyway. It's just that I'm
> not sure what I should use instead of libg++ String. Suggestions
> are welcome :).

#include <string>


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