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Re: C++ ...

Preston Brown wrote:

The main problem here isn't Qt being unstable, it is the C++ abi being unstable. Compile Qt 2 (or 3, whatever) with GCC 2.95 and GCC 2.96, and you get two very different (and incompatible) libraries. Ditto between GCC 2.96 and GCC 3.0, and unfortunately GCC 3.0 and GCC 3.1. 3.1 is supposed to be where the C++ ABI changes stop, and let's hope that's true.

Me too expect that GNU GCC 3.1 will solves :)



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