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Bug#60493: libg++272-dev: /usr/lib/libstdc++.a can prevent some programs from being compiled by g++

libg++272 does not build anymore on our glibc-2.1 based systems. It
has been removed from potato and is being removed from woody.

Kaz Sasayama writes:
 > Package: libg++272-dev
 > Version:
 > Severity: normal
 > This package installs /usr/lib/libstdc++.a which can prevent some
 > programs from being compiled by g++ (2.95.2).
 > When -L/usr/lib is used when linking, g++ tries to use the wrong
 > version of libstdc++.  For example, GTK-based programs that use
 > gtk-config normally add -L/usr/lib to the compiler command
 > automatically.
 > So this file should be moved to the version-specific directory under
 > /usr/lib/gcc-lib as libstdc++.so was.
 > -- System Information
 > Debian Release: 2.2
 > Kernel Version: Linux flore.pn.hypercore.co.jp 2.2.14 #1 Fri Jan 7 16:44:20 JST 2000 i686 unknown
 > Versions of the packages libg++272-dev depends on:
 > ii  libc6-dev      2.1.3-7        GNU C Library: Development Libraries and Hea
 > ii  libg++272      The GNU C++ libraries (old 2.7.2 version).

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