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Subject: Re: making dxe2gen with clio.rice.edu binaries -or- "undefined reference to 'operator'"?
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2002 13:46:28 +0200
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>>Has anyone successfuly compiled dxe2gen using the DJGPP 2.0.4 binaries on
>>Windows 2000? (if so, I would like to have a download site ;-)
>> I think there could be a small conflict here...

>>The source code compiles fine. Object files are created without a problem,
>>which means the basic code follows the rules and all the needed
>>headers/defines exist.

>>But when the makefile tries to link the executable together, I immediately
>>the following error sequence:

> 2) Can you build other packages?
> 3) Check that the GCC 3.03 exe files in the bin directory are
> dated 3-Feb-2002. If not then I would upgrade to this version of if
> you have time then download the GCC 3.04 source and re-build

Hello Andrew,
Just an update: I have finished compiling and am currently using GCC 3.04
(along with gpp, objc and all the other stuff that it comes with). No
problems with my compiler. But it's hard for me to believe that there is
something seriously wrong with the clio.rice.edu binaries, after watching it
crunch the new GCC out for almost two full hours without stopping until I
had my new compiler.

I am more inclined to believe a third option: that making DXE2GEN is
incompatible either with Windows2000, GCC 3+ , and/or both. Have you been
able to build it on Win2000 yet?


PS. I am cc-ing the author a copy of this post.

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