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Subject: Re: C++ templates and cygwin?
Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2001 11:41:17 +1000
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Christopher Faylor" <cgf AT redhat DOT com>
> >do you mean the STL, or handling of templates?  I'd have thought that
> >older g++'s were irrelevant as cygwin is built with a patched gcc
> >anyway - can that not be set as a minimum requirement?
>
> Both, actually.  I thought that there were problems with templates in
> general and STL in particular.  Or maybe incompatibilities is a better
> way of describing the problem.

I'm not sure. I don't think gcc had a full STL until quite recently -
but as I've never used the STL I'm guessing :].

> Now, I'm wondering if there were code size issues too.  Is it
possible
> that using STL will pull in lots of extra unneeded cruft?

The STL is not an issue for me - it's the template capability. I'm more
than happy to roll a new iterator without the STL - if the STL is the
issue.

I don't believe that using the STL per se generates cruft though - it's
quite highly optimised code in there.

Rob

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