From: Samuel Krempp (krempp_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-09-08 22:05:03
the main problems were coming from all stream-related classes of the SGI
stdlib which are non-template instead of standard basic_fooclass<Ch,
deriving standard-like templates from the SGI classes made the rest of
the code compile (with just one workaround to use
std::string_char_traits<Ch> instead of std::char_traits<Ch> )
I eventually looked at gcc-2.95 after coming up with a replacement for
stringstream which is better fitted for reuse.
boost/format/workarounds_gcc-2.95.hpp holds those pseudo-classes that
make using streams with gcc-2.95 almost transparent.
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