#include <Integer.h> // valid for GNU g++ Integer.h: No such file or directory

Brian Budge brian.budge@gmail.com
Wed Feb 23 05:03:00 GMT 2005


Hi Morten -

http://www.swox.com/gmp/#MAILINGLISTS

seems like a good place to start, since the use of gmp doesn't seem
directly related to gcc.

Good luck,
  Brian


On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 13:03:19 +0100, Morten Gulbrandsen
<f1000mhz@yahoo.de> wrote:
> Brian Budge wrote:
> 
> >Morten -
> >
> >>From what I can tell, you need to (1) download the files Integer.h and
> >Integer.cc, as well as the gnu multiple precision library (gmp).  With
> >the Integer.* files in your project, and linking gmp, your program
> >will likely work.
> >
> >  Brian
> >
> 
> Thanks,
> I did google
> 
> http://www.swox.com/gmp/
> 
> Welcome to the GMP web pages!
> Here you can find information about the GNU Multiple Precision
> Arithmetic Library,
> the fastest bignum library on the planet!
> 
> First time I only found something about  long long int
> 
> http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-3.2.3/gcc/Long-Long.html#Long%20Long
> 
> It was unsuccesful.
> 
> The latest versions
> of the compiler requires that the library
> 
>   libg++.a   //  greek to me!
> 
> So I now have todo,
> 
> Where is the right place to discuss
> the gnu multiple precision library (gmp) please ?
> 
> also here ?
> 
> best regards
> 
> Morten Gulbrandsen
> 
>



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