The function lltostr/ulltostr is available in Solaris. I found that this
function is not present in stdlib.h in Linux.
Is there an equivalent of this function in Linux? Please do let me know
whether there is an alternative for it.
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I used to work in SuSE 9.2, programming in C++.
And i'm working on a program that use a STL template (queue).
After i made the upgrade for SuSE 10 the program does not compile anymore!
Gives some erros regarding the template declaration and some linking problems
with stdc++ library.
I've already notice that the gcc version is diferent and the locations of the
header and libraries are also different. But the compability should be
If anyone already have this problem and solved it please report the solution
to the list
Thanks in advance
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After everytime i try to compile my projects this message appears
"kdevelop file externally modified"
And trying to save all open files i have at that time.
Obviously i haven't changed anything in the files. After i choose to Overwrite
the exsisting files kdevelop crashes....
This happens after i updated kdevelop to 3.3.0 (with kde 3.5).
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