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I want to upgrade my GCC to 4.1 from 3.2.2 on RH9, what do I need to install on RH9 with no 4.1 to run?

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Hi,

I am writing some code that is currently being compiled on 3.2.2 and
I want to move to 4.1, so I guess it will be using newer libraries for
std etc, if that happens, what would i need to install on a machine
with only 3.2.2 to run my 4.1 compiled program?

Thanks

Ankur

Sep 28 '06 #1
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g3******@gmail.com wrote:
I am writing some code that is currently being compiled on 3.2.2 and
I want to move to 4.1, so I guess it will be using newer libraries for
std etc, if that happens, what would i need to install on a machine
with only 3.2.2 to run my 4.1 compiled program?
Compiler-specific questions should be asked in the newsgroup dedicated
to that compiler. Try 'gnu.g++.help'.

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