2004-September Archive by Thread

Messages are ordered newest-to-oldest in this index. The newest threads will be at the top of this page, the oldest will be at the bottom.

Within a single thread, the first mail note is the START of the thread; the notes following that are in the chronological order of when they were received. So globally, newest messages are at the top, but within a thread, the oldest (the start of the thread) is at the top.

If you think about it, it is confusing. Just go with the flow and everything will be all right.

  • [sigc] Re: [gtkmm] gtkmm 2.4 and MSVC++ 2003, martin-ml
  • [sigc] looking for mailing list archive, Rudi Wurm
  • [sigc] Re: [gtkmm] gtkmm and MSVC 2003, Martin Schulze
  • [sigc] GCC 3.4.2 <lambda/group.h> problem, Jeff Franks
  • [sigc] <lambda/group.h> problem solved, Jeff Franks
  • [sigc] It seems <adaptors/lambda/group.h> wont compile with gcc 3.4.2, Jeff Franks
  • [sigc] test_lambda in 2.0.5 fails to compile with gcc 3.4.2, Jeff Franks
  • [sigc] error compiling libsigc++-2.0.4 on Slackware 10.0, Giacomo Lo Giusto
  • [sigc] gcc-3.4 woes, Paul de Vrieze
  • [sigc] Trouble with gcc 3.4, Maurizio Monge
  • [sigc] Why no slot_list::swap()?, Victor Porton,,,
  • [sigc] Compilation Errors, Neil Chakrabarty
  • [sigc] Can you link my project please, Jeff Franks
  • [sigc] ANNOUNCE: libsigc++ 2.0.5, Martin Schulze
  • [sigc] bind arguments within mem_fun(), Andreas Matthias
  • Re: [sigc] ANNOUNCE: libsigc++ 2.0.4, Roel Vanhout

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