From: Mark D Rintoul (rintoul_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-12-13 10:30:59
Gary Powell wrote:
> > > The main problem on both platforms is the lack of new-style
> > > <cXXX> headers for the C standard library, which make the overall
> > > results look slightly disappointing (only two tests pass).
> > >
> > > Should we try to hack around missing <cXXX> headers?
> > > (I don't think so.)
> Does it work with the SGI-STLPort files? Can we say, "Include a real
> library?" And let SGI-STLPort take care of the <cXXX> problem?
This suggestion keeps popping up, but I'm a little confused.
How will this help the problem of boost including <csttdef> when the
SGI's really just want <stddef.h>? I admittedly have no experience with
STLPort; I just use the SGI STL>
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