Thus spake Terry Lambert ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): > > What's going on wrong here? > > GCC 2.9x can compile this, 3.1 cannot: > Delete and reinstall your header files. They must match > the compiler you are using, and you must not have stale > header files from the previous compiler version.
The -STABLE -> -CURRENT upgrade path is broken then. > Use at least GCC 3.2, if you feel compelled to use a buggy > non-maintenance release level GCC; alternately, wait for 3.3. I felt like using -CURRENT's 3.1, as it is expected. Well, I'll try to look if a new world fixes the problem, though I bet it won't. Alex To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message