New answers tagged c++
After reading the following email from Linus Torvalds the creator of linux. I can't help thinking the answer above is incorrect. He seems to think that C++ programmers are not good systems programmers. And that the extra features in C++ often cause more problems in the long term compared to the benefits they bring in the short term. While one may disagree ...
Hm, I'm too new to comment on Reed's answer. It worked well for me. Only thing I wanted to note (maybe this is something for Reed?) is that I had to install with a slightly different command line: yum --enablerepo=testing-devtools-5 install devtoolset-1.0 (Reed's answer had --enablerepo=testing-devtools-6, which didn't work.)
I needed GCC 5+ installed on debian jessie and, as is available for debian testing (at least on jun-16) you can use apt-pinning to install packages available there (see https://wiki.debian.org/AptPreferences). To install GCC 5+ from testing on debian jessie using apt-pinning: Add debian testing repo to your apt sources by creating a file on /etc/apt/...
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