GCC and the ABI

From the Autopackage Developer Quickstart: Important note to C++ developers If your software uses Qt/kdelibs, or just rely on many (large) C++ libraries, then you must be careful. This is because of C++ ABI (Application Binary Interface) issues: GCC 3.4 broke C++ ABI (again), so software compiled with GCC 3.4 can mysteriously crash on GCC … Continue reading GCC and the ABI

Bazaar-NG

Canonical, the guys behind Ubuntu Linux, seem to be creating a "next-generation distributed version control system" called Bazaar-NG. It's written in Python and is primarily tested on Ubuntu. I haven't played with it but it seems it is already self-hosting, that demonstrates a bit of its capabilities. They have excellent documentation already. Although, I am … Continue reading Bazaar-NG