From: Brendan Kehoe (brendan at domain zen.org)
Date: Tue 30 May 2000 - 08:23:12 IST
> > ../rf/umain.h:952: map: No such file or directory
> > ../rf/uwidget.h:33: vector: No such file or directory
> > ../rf/uwidget.h:34: map: No such file or directory
> > Are "vector" and "map" files, or template definitions or something odd?
They're the official headers mandated by the ISO C++ standard. Where
people used to do <vector.h>, they're now supposed to include <vector>.
Backwards compatibility will probably always make <vector.h> work,
though. If you look at Nicolai Josuttis' "The C++ Standard Library"
book (which I really like) you can find out about all of the parts of
the library and how to use them.
Kate later asked:
> Hmm. I'm using:
> xena  rpm -qa|grep gcc
> do I have to wipe them, and install egcs ?
Nope, the egcs project was at first an off-shoot of the FSF's own gcc
development but with a different approach in terms of control over how
changes went in or were approved. Thus the different distributions.
But then last year the FSF agreed that egcs would become the "official"
development of gcc. Since then, http://gcc.gnu.org/ is what was
originally the EGCS web page, and the gcc-2.95.* releases are newer than
anything that went by the name of egcs.
Thus, you'll not see any further egcs releases (in all likelihood), and
instead will see much faster and frequent FSF gcc releases.
Hope this helps,
-- Brendan Kehoe Web page: http://www.zen.org/~brendan/
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