g++-3.3.x & g++-2.95.x?
girgen at pingpong.net
Sat Jan 24 06:22:53 PST 2004
Another question about gcc-3.3.3.
If I'd like to use it as standard c/c++ compiler for building ports. Will
the change in the ABI between gcc-2.95.x and gcc-3.x make things fail
unless I rebuild all ports that use C++? I've read somewhere about this,
but I can't find it now. Problem would be that the change in the ABI would
make old binaries, built with gcc-2.95.x, unable to link with new
libraries, built with gcc-3.x.
Is this so? I cannot produce such a problem here. Can it happen, or can I
safely just add CC=gcc33 & CXX=g++33 to my /etc/make.conf? Experiences?
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