Subject: Re: how to (re)build libg++ ???
To: Kurt Schreiner <Kurt.Schreiner@Uni-Mainz.DE>
From: Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/09/1998 09:33:09
On Fri, 9 Oct 1998, Kurt Schreiner wrote:
: I erroniously(?) deleted /usr/lib/libg++* last night... and didn't
: find a way to rebuild it?! What am I doing wrong? I tried 'make build'
: both with gcc and egcs to no avail. This is on netbsd-current i386.
: The libg++ in pkgsrc/devel doesn't build, too - it's for 1.4.
: I got working /usr/lib/libg++* from another machine, but I think there
: should be a way to build those...
Libg++ has been removed from -current and deemed obsolete. We will not be
shipping libg++ with 1.4.
The libstdc++ is the only C++ library supported by -current, as it's the
(somewhat) ANSI C++ library.
If you still want libg++, you will need to get it from a GNU mirror and
compile it, or get its includes and libraries from a previous NetBSD
release. However, code using it should be changed to use ANSI C++, as the
FSF has also discontinued official support for libg++.
-- Todd Vierling (Personal email@example.com; Bus. firstname.lastname@example.org)