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<font face="Courier 10 Pitch">Hi Sergey,<br>
W.R.T. Genode allocators and STL - I would of thought that you
would not need to do this directly, but that the Genode stdc++
port backs onto a port of malloc, that in turn backs onto Genode
Is there something specific you are trying to do?<br>
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 03/21/2013 12:30 AM, Norman Feske
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<pre wrap="">Hello Sergey,
<pre wrap="">I am sorry for off-topic.
Is it possible to use STL containers using mentioned way? (change target.mk)
yes. In order to use the C++ standard library, you will need to prepare
it first. To do that, just issue the following command from within the
make prepare PKG=stdcxx
This will download and integrate the library with Genode. Also make sure
that the 'libports' repository is specified in your build directory's
'REPOSITORIES' declaration (in '<build-dir>/etc/build.conf').
Please note, however, that we at Genode Labs don't use the C++ standard
library much. So the stdcxx library does not receive much testing from
our side. If you encounter problems with it, please bear with us. Also,
some modern bits such as C++11 concurrency features are not supported.
The containers should work without problems though.
<pre wrap="">And one more question: how can one use STL containers with Genode new
I cannot help you here because I lack proficiency with STL. Maybe Daniel
can help out here?