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From: Paul DOT Moore AT uk DOT origin-it DOT com (Paul Moore)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: STL & DJGPP
Date: Mon, 27 Oct 1997 15:46:35 GMT
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On 24 Oct 1997 05:33:42 GMT, ao950 AT FreeNet DOT Carleton DOT CA (Paul
Derbyshire) wrote:

>
>Chtulhu (I DOT Vighetto AT avigliana DOT alpcom DOT it) writes:
>> I woul try STL programming.
>> Tthere's some problem with DJGPP?
>> Which (free) implementatio of STL works best with our compiler and
>> where is downloadable?
>
>Try the STL that comes with the C++ components of DJGPP. They should show
>up in %DJDIR%/lang/cxx. Just compile something like:
>
[...]

Is GCC (and hence DJGPP) likely to come back up to speed on the
standard C++ implementation anytime soon? It's quite a long way behind
the "current state of the art" if I recall correctly - no namespaces
yet, none of the newer template stuff, non-standard STL header names
(should be <string> not <string.h>), none of the allocator stuff, etc.

Of course, I could be wrong - but 2.7.2.1 has been around for quite a
time now, and the standard has changed a lot recently...

Paul Moore.

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