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<P><B>What are the differences between uClibc++ and a typical C++ library implementation?</B>
<P>Firstly, all of the code was designed with size in mind, both code and memory. This means that
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some design choices were made in order to conserve memory which may reduce performance.
The main differences are:
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<li>No locale support at the C++ level</li>
<li>Map currently uses a deque instead of a tree structure</li>
<li>I/OStream library does not call locales</li>
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<P>Most of the differences are trivial for all but the most bizzare cases. Let me know if you
run into any problems.
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For best results, try it on your system.
<P><B>Is the code ISO compliant?</B>
- <P>I believe that all of the library code is IOS compliant in terms of syntax. Since it is not complete, it is
+ <P>I believe that all of the library code is ISO compliant in terms of syntax. Since it is not complete, it is
not compliant in terms of content.
<P><B>What compilers does uClibc++ work with?</B>
- <P>The library is written with and for GNU G++ version > 3.3.0. I am developing on a system using 3.3.3.
+ <P>The library is written with and for GNU G++ version &gt; 3.3.0. I am developing on a system using 3.3.3.
One of the biggest problems with C++ is the ABI used. I don't feel very comfortable implementing it
since much of the implementation is done inside the compiler. As such, the ABI code is copied from
GNU G++ headers or libraries, as appropriate. You are free to try and use a different C++ compiler.
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works, let me know. If not, also let me know. Ideally, track the bug down to a particular cause and
submit a minimal example case which works under GNU libstdc++ but not uClibc++. Then see if it falls
under one of the categories above. Ex, if the problem is a lack of locale support, I'm not likely to
- care. However, if it is an iostream issue than I will endevor to resolve the problem as quickly as
+ care. However, if it is an iostream issue than I will endeavor to resolve the problem as quickly as
possible.
<P>If you would like to become involved directly with the code then I am looking for implementations of a
comprehensive test suite. This will discover more and more bugs, making the library better and
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