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SubjectRe: What is up with Redhat 7.0?
Richard Henderson wrote:
> Frankly, I didn't even consider C++ ABI compatibility with other
> Linux vendors, since I think that's a losing proposition until
> everyone is using gcc3. We were _already_ incompatible, since
> there are a mix of egcs and gcc versions involved.

C++ ABI breaking: SuSE managed to break the VShop application in an
entierly insane way between releases 6.1 and 6.2 - they stiupid did
recompile the libstdc++ with a new compiler and didn't even
bother to increment the binary version of this library!!!!
At RedHat at least they know what they are changing...
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