From: Jens Maurer (Jens.Maurer_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-11-19 13:06:59
"John (EBo) David" wrote:
> In the "Compiler Status: Linux/x86" section of the documentation it
> states that GNU gcc 2.95.2 works for random/random_test and demo. The
> way the docs are written implies that it compiles with gcc 2.95.2
> without mods...
> When I tried to compile this with the "off the shelf" compiler I found
> that std::numeric_limits was not defined anywhere. I was able to
> compile it using STLport4.0, but I'm curious if you were able to get it
> to work with 2.95.2 as is or if you're using a different set of
> libraries, etc.
I use my own home-grown (but SGI-based) <limits> file with
gcc 2.95.2. The documentation does not say so, because it does
not give compilation/portability hints at all.
For your convenience, I attach my <limits> in a ZIP file.
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