I assume from todays gcc-3.4.2-1 upgrade. I am going to rebuild and see if that works.
there is more broken
http://bugs.archlinux.org/index.php?do= … ments#tabs
Rebuilding worked, so I will just try that on anything I run across. I am sure it will take some time before alll of the pkgs that depend upon libstdc++ are rebuilt.
that'll be a lot
i wait perhaps the devs find an other solution
else you can stay with gcc 3.4.1 till this is solved