From: Martin Wille (mw8329_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-09 04:59:12
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Not that I care about 2.95 either, but I think the reasoning in this thread is
> a bit faulty. Developers just say "it's too old and non-conforming". But who
> knows what's used in practice, especially outside of bleeding-edge Linux
Even conservative distributions like Debian use gcc 3 now.
If a Linux (or any other OS) distribution still uses gcc 2 then it is
unlikely the distribution wants to support modern versions of Boost,
anyway (if it supports Boost at all).
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