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Re: Compiling and using glibc-2.2 under Debian Sarge

Magik wrote:
> > I think the typical answer will be to compile in a woody chroot.
> > There are several different packages to help such as pbuilder and
> > dchroot.  This works quite well for C programs because gcc is very
> > mature and the woody default gcc compiler is sufficient for most
> > tasks.  But if you have a C++ program then you are stuck using the
> > woody g++ and that is not sufficient for many modern C++ programs.
> Unfortunately, in our main lib we use C++ and not just plain C. That's why I
> think the Woody compiler might be somewhat outdated for our purpose. Maybe I
> can find a backport or something, tho.
> Think I'll try that.

Be sure to look into Adrian Bunk's woody backports of gcc-3.3.  They
were very useful to me.

  deb http://www.fs.tum.de/~bunk/debian woody/bunk-1 main contrib non-free


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