On 2019-01-30 4:18 p.m., Richmond wrote:
Ah well yes I could do that. I see it is up to date
currently. I got
into the habit of compiling my own because I wanted updates quicker than
the SM releases, and opensuse 42.3 was quite out of date with SM.
But still we need a backward compatible compiler I think.
There is still 42.3 if you need old compiler, but generally code should be fixed so it
modern compilers like the one shipped in Leap 15
If seamonkey is too old in the distribution, look in the development project for it.
you'll find more up-to-date version there. You can always install it from there, if
you want to test
it. And if development project is out of date, consider emailing the maintainer or
update to the devel project yourself.
If code is unstable with new compiler, it generally means that there is some undefined
the code already and it working with old compiler is by accident only. Filing bug reports
generally most welcome in these situations.
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