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Re: gcc 3.3 cmath undefined errors


Hi Eljay,

thanks for the info.  I will try it out shortly and post code relating
the problem.  I have a question though about gcc -x c++/g++.  Are
these the same thing?  What's the difference?

thanks,
wes

On 5/18/05, Eljay Love-Jensen <eljay@adobe.com> wrote:
> Hi Wesley,
> 
> I created this file
> ------------------------------
> #include <iterator>
> ------------------------------
> 
> g++ -a wesley.cpp
> 
> No problems.  Running Darwin, using either GCC 3.3 (g++-3.3) or GCC 4.0 (g++-4.0).
> 
> Can you create a small source file that replicates the behavior, and post it to this forum?
> 
> >Any ideas as to whjat might cause this?
> 
> Not sure.  My first guess is:  bad code in main.cpp, Magick++.h, or Magick++/STL.h.
> 
> Thanks,
> --Eljay
> 
>


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