> The cerr not found thing is one of two problems.  gcc3 is pickier
> about namespace issues than gcc2, so you need to say std::cerr or
> using namespace std;.  However, the more common case is people
> thinking they can link c++ programs with 'cc' rather than 'c++'
> My C++ programs are large enough that there are issues, but nothing
> this trivial.  Usually it is bad C++ that the newer compiler is
> pickier about accepting.
Hrmm, maybe I'll try that too.


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