Well, after today's upgrade to gcc 3.1-r7 I now am recompiling all the apps
that depended on the recently deceased libstdc++.so.3 and I discover that
fam-oss will no longer compile.
make: Entering directory `/var/tmp/portage/fam-oss-2.6.7/work/fam-2.6.7/fam'
Makefile:412: no file name for `-include'
c++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I../include
-DCONFIG_ETC_CONFIG_PATH=\"/etc/fam.conf\" -mcpu=k6 -march=k6 -O3 -pipe -c
Scheduler.c++:37: uninitialized const member `Scheduler::IOTypeInfo::iotype'
Scheduler.c++:38: uninitialized const member `Scheduler::IOTypeInfo::iotype'
make: *** [Scheduler.o] Error 1
Now I'm off to recompile groff, telnetd and gnome-games.....again :-/
I hope I have better luck with them.
Walt, again... check your gcc config. I can't reproduce this bug in my gcc3.1 config.
I can reproduce this bug. And I used gcc3.1 from the start of my install. Even
remembered to change make.profile point to the right profile (default-1.0-gcc3).
If you got it working... tell us how.