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Subject: Re: making dxe2gen with clio.rice.edu binaries -or- "undefined reference to 'operator'"?
Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2002 02:17:05 +0200
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> eg. if there is something like "COMPILER=gcc" then you can change it to
> "COMPILER=gpp" to have gpp called for all compilations. Similarly with
> libraries.

Thanks for the suggestions.
I pretty much knew about changing the compiler option by hand. But not every
package is written in C++ and sometimes they are written in both.

I was hoping for a way that DJGPP could see the difference and adapt itself
'on-the-fly' as they say.

Some compilers know, for instance, that they should automaticly try a full
C++ convention with source files that have the .cpp file extension, and an
ANSI C convention when they end with .c

But my DJGPP installation was trying to compile a C++ file only using
default C libraries. Appearantly DJGPP does not support this
'file-extension-recognition', or?

Ben


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