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From: designzz
Subject: webdesign
Date: Sun, 1 Apr 01 16:08:27 +0800

 I own a design firm with headquarters in NYC, I wanted to inquire
about  any design work you may have to outsource, Since my 
designers are students & recent grads, as well as  graphic artists 
from all over NYC, I can enter quotes at well below market rate, 
$30 per hour on HTML or JAVA and $35 to $50 per hour on 
Flash depending on the project. We have a couple sources for XML,
but have yet to obtain a project, make an offer. If we can move forward 
and develop a relationship, I can even beat these rates. 
for more info reply to this email with info in the subject title.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Richard Miller
22 Greencroft ave.
Staten Island, NY 10308

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From: Mike Castle <address@hidden>
To: Ncurses List <address@hidden>
Subject: Problems building latest patch with gcc 2.95.3 and glibc 2.2.2
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Home grown linux system.
Kernel 2.4.2.
Glibc 2.2.2
Gcc 2.95.3

It appears that gcc-2.95.3 now comes with sstream.  So, this bit in
cursesw.h gets invoked:

#include <sstream>
#include <strstream.h>

However, this causes a problem in cursesw.cc due to the following:
#if defined(_CPP_CSTDIO)
        if (::vscanf(fmt, args) != -1)
            result = OK;
#else   /* assume pre-gcc 3.0 */
        strstreambuf ss(buf, sizeof(buf));
        if (ss.vscan(fmt, (_IO_va_list)args) != -1)
            result = OK;

I can see no path in the gcc sstream file that gets to strstreambuf
(granted I spent all of 15 seconds looking).

Any other info needed?
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