[SDL] "undefined reference" problem
tassingremi at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 5 09:59:29 PDT 2004
--- Donny Viszneki <smirk at thebuicksix.com> a écrit :
> On Aug 4, 2004, at 5:14 AM, remi tassing wrote:
> > --- Donny Viszneki <smirk at thebuicksix.com> a
> écrit :
> >> If that (#include "SDL.h") didn't work when you
> >> compiling with the
> >> `sdl-config --cflags` then there is something
> >> with your SDL
> >> installation, and that is possibly the root of
> >> problems you're
> >> having now.
> > That's what i was thinking too, cause i don't have
> > SDL include files in the current directory.
> What "current directory" are you talking about?
It's the directory where the main.cpp(the source code
i want to compile)is.
> > Man , i don't even know what CVS is?
> I don't want to sound like a buzzkill but perhaps
> you should take the
> time to learn some other things before SDL. Either
> CVS is the Concurrent Versions System. It organizes
> and serves source
> code and keeps a history of revisions. There are
> plenty of CVS clients
> out there. If you're running any sort of Unix you
> probably already have
> a cvs client (called, appropriately enough, cvs.)
> To learn about using a cvs client, Google
> - Donny Viszneki
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> SDL at libsdl.org
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