Andreas Pflug wrote:
> Raphaël Enrici wrote:
>> Seems gcc team does not agree...
>> They are the ones coming to the conclusion quoted before.
>> Can you tell me where I can find the C++ spec they are all talking
>> about please ?
> AFAIK the original ansi specs are not available without horrible fees, I
> hope the link above contains accurate data.
ah... I forgot we were not all "free". ;)
> Apparently, the spec *does* specify this brain dead restriction.
> We have three alternatives to fix that:
> - declare OnChange public. Maybe I should rearrange my knowledge to drop
> the 'protected' keyword completely.
> - Invent an intermediate class empty class above the current dlgProperty
> without any methods just to create an accessible target.
They are both solutions I've seen in other projects where they faced
> - deny 3.4 support
Impossible for me! Our wxWid does not build with gcc 3.3.x due to a
compiler issue fixed in 3.4.x branch. g++ 3.4.x is the only solution I
have to get actual pgAdmin III into debian... unless I move back to 2.95
series but IIRC there was problem with it.
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