Subject: g++ exception handling
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Julian Bean <>
List: current-users
Date: 09/22/1996 22:25:14
Has anyone had this working under NetBSD?

I have a test project which compiles fine under gcc 2.7.2/SunOS 4 and also
under gcc, but fails on link under NetBSD (various obvious
exception handling utility routines are undefined).

I will post detail bug report info when I have made sure I am at -current,
but a full 'make' is going to take a while for my poor Mac LCIII....

Meanwhile, i was just wondering if anyone definitely knew that it should
work (or should not work).  I note from /usr/doc/3RDPARTY that we are
behind the FSF on libg++ - could this be it?

Incidentally, is there a policy reason why we haven't submitted our gnu
utils patches to the FSF, or is it a case of "too few people; not enough


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