From: Martin Wille (mw8329_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-20 03:09:28
Ulrich Eckhardt wrote:
> On Wednesday 20 August 2003 02:02, Trey Jackson wrote:
>>It appears that stlport is only used with gcc 2.95.3 (and in Windows
>>with Intel's C++ compiler and MS C++ 6.0).
>>Is boost moving away from supporting stlport? Or are the regressions
>>not being run for some other reason?
> 1. GCC3 has a stdlibrary that deserves its name. Using STLport for the one
> that came with earlier versions isn't necessary anymore.
Yes, that is why I didn't add more STLport configurations to the
tests, yet. However, STLport's support for debugging is certainly an
interesting feature to use for many developers. So, there would still
be good use for STLport with recent gcc versions.
> 2. Leaving out the early beta-versions of GCC (3.0, 3.1), there is no support
> for the 3.x branch in any official STLport release.
Thanks for this information, Uli!
> People are actively
> working on it though, see the forum on stlport.org.
It seems, adding STLport/any recent gcc version to the tests makes
only limited sense at the moment. I'm inclined not to add such a
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