Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #35770, comment 31


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Sep 19, 2012, 7:00:00 AM (9 years ago)
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ryandesign (Ryan Schmidt)
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  • Ticket #35770, comment 31

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    22> I also vote to return to the previous state, at least until there is a separate libstc++ port.
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    4 > I agree that the instability from comment #2 is not theoretical and I can easily reproduce it.  At the same time, I can easily solve the problem by stopping mixing the compilers when I compile my code.   Long time ago there was already a ticket for "pointer being freed was not allocated" error, where the a suggested solution.  While the solution is not really working, the key point is not mixing stuff. 
     4> I agree that the instability from comment:2 is not theoretical and I can easily reproduce it.  At the same time, I can easily solve the problem by stopping mixing the compilers when I compile my code.   Long time ago there was already a ticket for "pointer being freed was not allocated" error, where the a suggested solution.  While the solution is not really working, the key point is not mixing stuff. 
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    6 > Those who is not using gc4[4-8] have no problem.  Those who are using, just need to accept the fact that there is an incompatibility if compilers are mixed.   The removal of std++ solve solvable problem for a subset of developers using gcc, but creates unsolvable problem for others who rely on c++11 and other new features of standard library.
     6> Those who is not using gc4![4-8] have no problem.  Those who are using, just need to accept the fact that there is an incompatibility if compilers are mixed.   The removal of std++ solve solvable problem for a subset of developers using gcc, but creates unsolvable problem for others who rely on c++11 and other new features of standard library.
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    88Exactly my point. Please remember that the gcc4X compilers are *not* just there to provide alternative options to build ports, but people also use them to build their own code. If I install the latest gcc4X, it might well be because I really do want the new features that come with that new compiler.