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autoscan automake and similar and deprecated standard libraries classes

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Hi,
I've modified an old library, flip (fuzzy logic stuff), to work with
new gcc compiler, I've made operation like substituting #include
<strstream.h> with #include <strstream> and inserted where useful
"using std::str..". And i've modified the makefile to add the install
and the uninstall target.
Now i'd like to use autotools and automake and friends or similar
tools to make the same work.
I wondered when autoscan didn't found these deprecated methods. And I
hope ther can be an automated method to do it, and to check other
non-portable and non-standard code.
Can any one help?
thanks,
Dimitri Ognibene
Jul 23 '05 #1
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Shalafi wrote:
Can any one help?


Maybe in comp.os.linux.development.
comp.lang.c++ isn't going to offer much help since autotools are not
part of C++.
Jul 23 '05 #2

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fi****@softhome.net (Shalafi) writes:
I've modified an old library, flip (fuzzy logic stuff), to work with
new gcc compiler, I've made operation like substituting #include
<strstream.h> with #include <strstream> and inserted where useful
"using std::str..". And i've modified the makefile to add the install
and the uninstall target.
Now i'd like to use autotools and automake and friends or similar
tools to make the same work.


I would ask about this on the autoconf and/or automake mailing
lists:
au******@gnu.org
au******@gnu.org
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Jul 23 '05 #3

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