Re: [gtkmm] Is gtkmm for my compiler?

Barnaby Gray <bee pickle me uk> writes:

> On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 07:36:10PM +0100, Ole Laursen wrote:
> > Maya <escalante canada com> writes:
> > 
> > > I am using g++3.2, on a Debian Linux Intel machine. My question is,
> > > that if I apt-get the gtkmm library, would I be able to compile
> > > applications using the binary version of gtkmm apt-gotten.
> > > The reason for the question is that if the binary version of gtkmm
> > > apt-gotten is not compatible with g++-3.2, it would not work with my
> > > library, which is compiled with g++-3.2.
> > 
> > If you're running unstable, Gtkmm 2.0 is compiled with g++-3.2.
> Has to be a fairly up to date unstable, check the output from 'dpkg -l
> libgtkmm2.0\*', if you have libgtkmm2.0-1c102 installed then it's the
> g++ 3.2 version. The c102 suffix denotes the ABI on the package is
> g++-3.2.

And I thought everyone updated their box on at least weekly basis. :-)

IIRC the g++-3.2 package has been in unstable for a couple of weeks.

Ole Laursen

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