Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 27693
libstdc++ missing 'ios' header
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:59 EDT
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Trying to do an "#include <ios>" fails. This header file is missing in Red
Hat's packaged version of libstdc++.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add: #include <ios> in a C++ source file
2. Compile it
Actual Results: Compilation error.
Expected Results: Successful compilation.
To attempt to workaround this problem, I upgraded my
cpp/gcc/gcc-c++/libstdc++ to 2.96-74 as found in the Rawhide package. The
I asked on the libstdc++ mailing list and was told this problem was
specific to Red Hat's packaging of libstdc++.
Red Hat ships libstdc++ version 2. ios is part of libstdc++ version
3. The two C++ libraries are completely incompatible. libstdc++ v3
will be in GCC 3.0, which does not yet currently exist except in