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libg++ and SUN CC compiler?

I am wondering: Can I use libg++ (especially the String, Interger, ...
classes) with the C++ compiler of SUN? Or does anybody know, if there
is something similar for CC of sun?

Simply specifying the include directory results in
error messages:

CC   -I/opt/FSFlibg++/lib/g++-include/ test.C
"/opt/FSFlibg++/lib/g++-include//iostream.h", line 95: Error: bool is not defined.
"/opt/FSFlibg++/lib/g++-include//iostream.h", line 207: Error: bool is not defined.
"test.C", line 13: Error: The function exit must have a prototype.
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rdorsch
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lockhartCommented:
I had this same problem with String and SC4.0. I suspect that you could do something with the -I switch, although I didn't have any success there. I gave up for lack of time.  I finally just tweeked the String, Regex, and rx source files a bit and viola! If you want, I can send them to you. I didn't do anything with Integer.

Mike

PS Sun's Tools.h++ package has these types of classes in them. So if you have some $$ laying around you could buy that and not have to fiddle with GNUs stuff. Tools.h++ comes with the visual workshop so if you have that you already have them.
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