[uClibc] Re: uclibc++ (Rob Landley)

Peter S. Mazinger ps.m at gmx.net
Mon Aug 30 12:18:08 UTC 2004

> On Monday 23 August 2004 21:31, Garrett Kajmowicz wrote:
> > It is to the point where more of the library is complete than not.  I am
> > looking for suggestions for applications which I can validate the library
> > against.  Ideal qualifications are:
> > -	Must use C++
> > -	Should be command line
> > -	Good quality code
> > -	Likely to be used in an embedded environment
> > -	Comes with a built-in test-suite
> > -	Compiles fairly quickly.
> Let's see, stuff I can't build in my little distro because it needs c++ 
> support includes ncurses (which means I can't build less), and python (which 
> I really miss).  My notes say groff also needs c++ support.

not exactly (haven't checked LFS docu, this is what I have done):

ncurses can be built w/o c++ support by using --without-cxx 
--without-cxx-binding at configure time

python honors --without-cxx too (checked for 2.2.2), but there are some 
modules that have to be disabled (like YP/NIS)

only groff needs it really


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