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Re: getting mlc++ to compile under debian

On Tue, Apr 10, 2001 at 10:26:07PM -0400, Cyanide Morgoth Calcuterm wrote:
> Well being the ambitious programmer(not terribly good but I can at least code 
> medium level data structures).
> Well anyrate I decided to try to get together a little program that would do 
> some nice AI in a possibly non pattern matching way (basically pattern 
> matching is considered a cheat of the Turing test as it's not really 
> thinking). So I decided to get ahold of a nice little piece of word called the 
> machine learning library which is written in c++.
> This can be found at http://www.sgi.com/tech/mlc/
> Well it looked pretty nice so I decided to try to get it working and since it 
> supposedly supports the gnu tools I thought it would work.
> Well long story short after a large degree of tinkering I have to say I am 
> still getting errors regarding some of the template code from the newest 

SGI has a free implementation of the STL; available at
http://www.stlport.org. There's a good chance that the code was written using
this STL.

Henry House
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