Just another name for (double) Pi.  It is actually defined in almost all C and C++ math libraries, but the ISO standard language bindings disable that definition, perhaps because it is officially supposed to be implemented as a global double constant rather than just a symbolic value.  You can put switches on most compilers that will make the library definition visible, but just defining it (conditionally) yourself is easier and more portable.

-- Tom



On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 4:38 AM, walter harms <wharms@bfs.de> wrote:
M_PI is posix if i remember correctly

re,
 wh

Jim Watters schrieb:
> Pablo d'Angelo wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I have just commited some experimental extension to the TrX, TrY, TrZ
>> parameters for mosaicing images of a planar scene to the libpano13 SVN trunk
>>
>> ciao
>>    Pablo
>>
> I just attempted to build.  And I get a build error.
> 1>.\math.c(1807) : error C2065: 'M_PI' : undeclared identifier
> Maybe you meant PI instead, that is defined in filter.h
>

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