On Fri, 2006-08-11 at 15:14 +0200, Denis Leroy wrote: > No it's very useful to C++ developpers. Unlike C, there are important > changes between g++ 3.x and g++ 4, some that sometimes require massive > rewrites. I think this belongs in Core, as a replacement to compat-gcc-32. Err, I've patched up (with lots of help from #fedora-extras and google...) a pretty good number of C++ applications and libraries to compile with gcc 4.1, and it consists mainly of a lot of minor syntax tweaks, mostly to the way classes are defined. Nothing I would classify as anywhere near a "massive rewrite", though you may know something I don't...
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