[geos-devel] Status Report (October 15)
pramsey at refractions.net
Tue Oct 22 20:28:21 EDT 2002
OK, having diff'ed up this tarball, it looks like 99% of the changes are
in addition to that there are a bunch of changes to the build
envirnoment to account for the new files. Norman, could you commit the
changes to the build environment ASAP, for a start?
Everyone, could we have some kind of decision on whether at() is a
requirement? Norman noted that there is a bounds-check in at() which is
not there in . Is this check required by the code, or not? if not, I
would just as soon use , since we get wider compatibility with it.
Otherwise we will have to require very fresh releases of the GNU STL in
order to compile in GNU.
Norman Vine wrote:
> Yury A. Bychkov writes:
>>>Would you commit your working-but-slow changes so that the portability
>>>crew can get things compiling under GNU?
>>Done. The latest version is in repository now.
> Here is a tarball of my GEOS directory
> This contains the changes I made to get GEOS to compile with
> Cygwin using gcc 2.95.3
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