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From: Richard Dawe <rich AT phekda DOT freeserve DOT co DOT uk>
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Subject: Re: do the newer djgpp's have io problems?
Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 22:31:07 +0100
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Geoff Robinson wrote:
> I'm trying to compile a project into some archived files on NT.  I'm
> using a newer version 3 of the djgpp compiler.  Everything is
> compiling well, except for one section of code.  It relies a lot on
> ios classes and related functions.  Most of these functions are coming
> from iomanip.h.
> Is anyone aware of these types of issues with the later versions of
> djgpp?

Presumably you are talking about gcc 3.x, since the latest version of DJGPP is
2.03. I imagine that you've been hit by g++ 3.x complying better with the ISO
C++ standard than g++ 2.95.x and earlier did. Now the standard C++ library is
in the 'std' namespace, so you should either:

a) qualify your uses of stuff from the C++ standard library with std::, e.g.:
std::vector; or

b) put 'using namespace std;' at the start of your program.

HTH, bye,
Richard Dawe [ http://www.phekda.freeserve.co.uk/richdawe/ ]

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