problems with String.h
James Paul Morgan
Mon Apr 7 22:56:00 GMT 1997
The g++ with Cygnus gives priority to /include/g++ over the
/H-i386../i386/include directory. In fact, I had to rename a .h file in
the latter directory becuase the /include/g++ was being used instead.
An undefined reference means your program referred to that but there is
no definition for it. In other words, String::String() does not exist in
any of the linked files of libraries.
I just compiled that code with:
g++ test.cpp -lg++
That worked fine. You just need to link against the g++ library.
On Mon, 7 Apr 1997, DRS wrote:
> #include <strclass.h>
> #include <iostream.h>
> string str("This is a test.");
> cout << str << endl;
> return 0;
> str.o(.text+0x35):str.cc: undefined reference to `String::String(char co
> str.o(.text+0x4b):str.cc: undefined reference to `operator<<(ostream &,
> onst &)'
> str.o(.text+0x66):str.cc: undefined reference to `String::~String(void)'
See ya around the Mulberry bush.
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