My recent upgrade to Jessie removed
gcc-4.7 from my system and install
gcc-4.8 on the box. The problem is that I need the former one.
Can anyone explain me why these two versions conflict in Debian? Is there any technical reason behind it that would justify this. My project requires painful path to be compilable by
Is there a safe way to install
gcc-4.7 in parallel to
gcc-4.8 (compilation is not a option - it has to be a Debian package)?
gcc-4.7? You will then have to invoke it by that name, and/or set
$CCor change the