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Re: GCC g++ 4.4.7 does not accept -std=c++03
"Sijmen J. Mulder" <ik%sjmulder.nl@localhost> writes:
> Ryo ONODERA <ryo%tetera.org@localhost> wrote:
>> g++ from GCC 4.4.7 does not accept -std=c++03 option.
>> It accepts only -std=c++0x and -std=gnu++0x.
>> CentOS 6.10 has GCC 4.4.7 and packages with -std=c++03 fail
>> with 'cc1plus: error: unrecognized command line option "-std=c++03"'
> This is an ongoing issue, with the most recent thread being:
> There's a wiki page:
> The quick fix, which isn't, is to set GCC_REQD=5 but then if another
> package uses the library it'll fail to link if it's compiled with an
> older compiler. This happened with print/popplar.
> There have been patches with structural fixes.
All true, but Ryo's issue is different. 4.4.7 should be entirely
capable of building c++03. But, it objects to -std=c++03. Later gcc
I agree that using a more modern compiler is a workaround for the
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