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[04:32:03] <Baastuul> Oops.
[04:32:07] <Baastuul> I apparently ghosted myself.
[04:32:12] <Baastuul> Didn't know I was on my alternative nickname. :P
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[12:06:05] <Colourless> hi
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[13:28:53] <Kirben> hmm should exult be gcc 3.4 compatbile ?
[13:36:43] <Darke> Kirben: Yes, it 'should', though I've not actually compiled it with it.
[13:43:33] <Kirben> Doesn't get very far with gcc 3.4.0 under mingw here:
[13:43:37] <Kirben> http://members.optusnet.com.au/scummvm/misc/exult.txt
[13:46:24] <Colourless> similar problems that wjp had in pentagram i guess
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[13:56:25] <Darke> Wasn't the solution something silly like just adding this-> to the front of every baseclass function call in a derived template class?
[13:56:53] * Darke pokes.
[13:57:07] <Darke> Errors appear to be slowly going away as I do that, so I think it's working. *grin*
[13:57:39] <Colourless> something like that
[13:58:05] <Colourless> seems kind of a bit too strict
[13:58:37] <wjp> Darke: yes, that's pretty much it
[13:58:40] <Darke> But apparently strictly correct or something. If you add a '-permissive' flag the error goes away. (Or at least that's what gcc tells you.)
[13:58:46] <wjp> dependant base classes, that is
[13:59:32] <Colourless> it still seems excessive
[13:59:51] <Colourless> i can't possibly imagine a reason why that could be the 'standard'
[14:01:07] <Darke> That's what the standardization committee is for. They'll think of a reason for you! *grin*
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[14:14:30] <Darke> Ok, gcc3.4 compiled it, but it looks like gentoo's got some oddness happening, since it linked against the 3.3.2 versions of libstdc++, and thus will run not at all.
[14:14:47] <wjp> sdl?
[14:15:23] <wjp> when I compiled pentagram with gcc 3.4 there was a libstdc++ version conflict with ddl which pulled in libstdc++ from gcc 3.2
[14:15:54] <wjp> (which surprised me because SDL is plain C AFAIK...)
[14:15:57] <Darke> Hrm... I didn't have that problem with pentagram.
[14:16:29] <Kirben> No problems compiling pentgram here either.
[14:16:47] <wjp> s/ddl/sdl/
[14:17:04] * Darke unfortunately needs to sleep, well, right now due to work in a few hours. Shall I just commit the changes (too, two files, IIRC) now and someone else can work it out, or myself tommorrow?
[14:17:42] <Darke> Will likely not even show up in the mingw version anyway, since you probably won't have gcc3.3.2 sitting around in an includable directory. *Grin*
[14:18:58] <wjp> feel free to commit
[14:19:10] <wjp> otherwise I can probably take a look later today
[14:19:24] <Darke> ?date
[14:19:24] <exultbot> It is now Mon May 10 14:19:24 2004 (GMT).
[14:20:10] <wjp> brb
[14:22:08] <Darke> Done. Night all! *poof*
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[14:37:14] <Kirben> Exult compiles fine now :)
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