From: Ian C. Smith <icsmi2@st...> - 2000-10-03 22:46:30
I managed to get all the files I thought I needed, installed them,
went to compile the simplest example and... it worked. Great, I
thought. Until I tried to compile a more complex thingy (small C++
prog) via the Dev-C++ ide. Do not pass go, do not collect your
Instead, my system filled up with a million "cpp" processes (visible
via good ol' control-alt-del lookup), and near slagged my ide.
Actually, it did. I tried from command-line, and I got "cpp: -remap
not such option" or something *very* similar to that.
I'm wondering whether this has anything to do with the fact that I
grabbed bin-utils-fix (I downloaded the snapshot three main modules,
and then bin-utils-fix, then installed them in proper order).
It seems to be a linker problem, I think, but I'm not sure. Please
help, please, please, please...
I also found out where to get make and lotsa nice other utilities :)
Perhaps they could be bundled with the main mingw32 distribution? (I
got the ones from the guy with two J's in his name... don't mean to
be disrespectful about it, just can't remember)
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Please help me for the following issue.
I have file f1.c, f2.c, f3.c, f3.h.
f1.c : contains the main() function.
f2.c : Contains fuctions used in f1.c
f3.c : Contains some of the functions used by f2.c.
f3.h : Contains the function definitions of f3.c.
I created object files of all the component (.o). But when I try to link f1.c
to f2.c it gives the following error.
f2.o(.text+0x8b):f2.c: undefined reference to `foobar'
foobar is the function defined in f3.c. Please note that f3.h is includeed in
Please help me in finding where is the issue...
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