Using the Intel compiler is a bit beyond what I know at this point. I
think I will have to change aclocal.m4 and some other files, so I can
re-generate the configure script. I don't have the knowledge necessary to
do this right now. Anyone know what it will take to do this? I did read up
on the GNU build tools, but wasn't able to spend the time necessary to
learn them beyond the basics.
Dale Smith, Ph.D.
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Chris Frey <cdfrey@stripped>
06/08/2005 04:44 PM
Re: Link errors with resetdb example program
On Wed, Jun 08, 2005 at 04:31:45PM -0400, Dale Smith wrote:
> Thanks for the response.
> I can compile not only simple C++ programs, but other, more complicated
> ones. I have also successfully compiled and used other freeware
> in the past few weeks. That's why I was so surprised about this kind of
> Without the special hack, I could not get MySQL++ to compile - the
> code compiled and linked but the examples wouldn't compile. I thought
Could you post the errors from the straight compile? I'm assuming they
are the same, but maybe there will be a clue. More info the better.
What compiler are you using? Is it possible to upgrade, or install a
side compiler for testing? I run gcc-4.0.0 in a separate user account
and home directory, since my system compiler is 3.3.4. This lets me
play easily with different compiler versions... and it may help rule out
a compiler problem in your case.
If you're interested in my script setup for this, I'll be happy to post
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