(gcc 2.95 support) kdeextragear-1/amarok/src
andy at athame.co.uk
Mon Mar 14 11:37:05 GMT 2005
On Monday 14 March 2005 13:03, Gary L. Greene Jr. wrote:
> On Monday 14 March 2005 5:53 am, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> > On Monday, 14. March 2005 10:05, Gary L. Greene Jr. wrote:
> > > > The problem here is that if you compile ANY C++ program with
> > > > either of the compilers, you MUST compile all other C++
> > > > programs with the same compiler due to the C++ ABI changes
> > > > between 2.95.x and 3.xx
> > >
> > > This is not true. Only issue is that you need to have two
> > > versions of libstdc++ installed, not requiring that all C++ apps
> > > be rebuilt. This just means the FreeBSD KDE team need to request
> > > that gcc3 be versioned correctly for the libs.
> > Not true. I suggest you go and try to compile a KDE application
> > with gcc 2.95 on a system that has a gcc 3.x-compiled Qt.
> Let me re-clarify my statement: if the deps and it are compiled with
> it, there is no issue. The statement Andy was making earlier was that
> _all_ applications written in C++ on FreeBSD (which not all of them
> are deps for KDE.) need compiled with gcc3. I was stating that that
> blanket of a statement is false.
Yup, I was unclear, but hopefully I made it clearer in my followup post.
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