From: Richard Day (richardvday_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-13 09:14:19
Stefan Seefeld wrote:
> Richard Day wrote:
>> GCC 3.3.2 is ancient. You do not have to be an admin to install gcc to
>> your home. Install a newer version.
> Without getting into the question of how old / outdated gcc 3.x is, may
> I ask what the relevance of your advice is to the reported problem ?
> I think the issue was clearly pointed out (missing header guards in a
> boost header), and no matter what version of GCC you use you will encounter
> that error. If not the compiler is buggy.
Was it clearly pointed out ? I have seen some speculation that is the
issue but no confirmation.
If he said he was using VC65 would it be ok to suggest upgrading then ?
Will upgrading GCC hurt ?
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