[Live-devel] compiling live on arm9

Florian Winter fw at graphics.cs.uni-sb.de
Fri Apr 23 12:06:52 PDT 2004

Ross Finlayson wrote:

> OK, next suggestion:  Do you have the file "strstream.h" anywhere?  If 
> so, then you could just make "strstream" a symbolic link to 
> "strstream.h" - e.g.,
>         cd /usr/include; ln -s <path-to-strstream.h> strstream
> (and *don't* put "-I/usr/local/include/c++/3.2.1/backward" in 
> COMPILE_OPTS).  You may also wish to add
>         -Wno-deprecated
> Alternatively, do you have the file "sstream"?  If so, make 
> "strstream" a symbolic link to "sstream" - e.g.
>         cd /usr/include; ln -s <path-to-sstream> strstream 

<sstream> is the ISO C++ standard header.
better switch to sstream in live and create links from sstream to 
strstream-whatever if sstream doesn't exist.
most newer compilers support sstream and are likely to drop the older 
(I can understand that compilers support the legacy headers to support 
older code. but I think newer code
should use the current standard, if possible)

this link may be helpful:

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