what package includes "iostream.h" (Still trying to build unstable)
19 Feb 2001 23:09:57 -0500
Richard -Gilligan- Uschold <email@example.com> writes:
> I installed:
> which put iostream.h in /usr/include/g++-2/, but I get the same error as
> before. Is there some configuration file that identifies where these
> include files are located?
Generally, no. Standard header-file location is part of
the compiler suite. If you don't have iostream.h, then you
probably have a broken compiler installation (or at least
a broken C++ subsystem).
Honestly, I have no idea why you're having such a hard time
with this. It sounds like you've completely de-stabilized
your machine, almost to the point where I'd recommend that you
re-install it to a known state and start over again. I understand
that may not be a reasonable option, but the day you spend re-installing
your machine is probably less than the number of days you've spent
trying to get Gnucash compiled.
Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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