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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Release candidate: gcc-3.4.1-1

Gerrit P. Haase  wrote:

> More difficult is C++, ObjC, Java and Fortran which have their runtime
> in /usr/lib, there is just one version possible, versioned libraries are
> currently not supported.

Is this true? I have 3.3.1 libraries in /lib and
/lib/gcc-lib/i686-pc-cygwin/3.3.1, but 2.95 libraries only in
/lib/gcc-lib/i686-pc-cygwin/2.95.3-10. When 3.4 becomes default and
official, could you release a 3.3 build with libraries moved completely to
/lib/gcc-lib ?

> In case you need several libstdc++ libraries I recommend to rebuild the
> compiler yourself (should be no problem if you use the provided sources,
> at least since version 3.3.1 all is in the source tarball included) and
> use the configure option to enable versioned libs:
> --enable-version-specific-runtime-libs

What will it do? Will it rename libstdc++ to something like libstdc++3.3?

Krzysztof Duleba

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