Undef symbol: __gxx_personality_v0
Fri Sep 13 08:12:00 GMT 2002
>>>>> "Judy" == Judy <Judyk@INNERLOGIX.com> writes:
Judy> When I compile and link with verbose : gcc -v testfork.cpp
Judy> -o testfork
Judy> I get an undefined symbol __gxx_personality_v0, referenced
Judy> in a variety of files each time: /var/tmp//ccY2uzqa.o
Judy> /var/tmp//ccm6rAsS.o /var/tmp//ccq09F7S.o
Judy> Please, can you tell me what I'm doing wrong?
David Edelson already answered this question on this mailing list. Have
a look here: http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-help/2002-07/msg00186.html. You
might want to search google or the archive at first next time.
Why are you using the cpp extension for your C program? GCC recognizes
it as a C++ source file. If you want to compile a C++ program just use
the g++ compiler driver.
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