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A very good product.
However for those that have used RedHat is can be frustrating to find the packag
e names of missing packages that come installed with RedHat.
The 'urpmi' utilities are great once you understand how to add packages.
As a developer I had to run a large number of urpmi commands to be able to compi
le my application on Mandrake. It would be nice if there were bundles like Perl's
After many years of C++ programming on various Unix's I had my own set of librar
ies and functions that I carried with me from job to job.
I had leaned C++ prior to the C++ STL being released.
This book got me up to speed quickly and is a great reference book.
Product Details: "The C++ Standard Library, A Tutorial and Reference" by DougRoyer - posted: 02-19-2004 - Rating: 8.00