I was speaking academically... I don't usually run Freeamp under
Linux, primarily because of the issues with drawing a large
GTKCTree... I use it on my workstation at the office. 

I can try to make the fixes, but I can't commit to any sort of
timeline right now... if I do make them, however, I would definitely
send in a patch.

Aubin

On Thu, Sep 13, 2001 at 02:35:33PM -0400, safemode wrote:
> Will these fixes and patches to the source tree will end up in CVS?  Seems 
> like they should have been in the first place unless they're just dirty 
> hacks.  
> 
> 
> 
> On Thursday 13 September 2001 13:11, Aubin Paul wrote:
> > GCC 3.0 is much more strict about C++ code than the other versions;
> > it follows the specification much more closely. I maintain a couple of
> > Debian packages, and they all inevitably required compile fixes for
> > GCC 3.0, most of which were backwards compatible.
> >
> > The big one is when include files contain declaration for functions
> > that already exist in the header files.
> >
> > Aubin
> >
> > On Thu, Sep 13, 2001 at 02:25:46AM -0400, safemode wrote:
> > > Ok, nevermind.  I bypassed the check in the configure file and tried
> > > compiling.  It seems that freeamp is entirely incompatible with gcc 3.x
> > > so it doesn't matter about musicbrainz not being detected correctly.
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