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undefined reference to '_...
- From: "Hans Horn" <hannes at 2horns dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2003 10:22:58 -0700
- Subject: undefined reference to '_...
I'm trying to port a collection of unix applications to cygwin, and in doing
so, I'm having a hard time to get the stuff to link.
It's a bunch of fortran and c sources, that call each other wildly. some
mains are in c, some mains are in fortran.
Compiling and archiving everything works like a charm,
When I'm trying to link the first executable (main in c) against the
libraries I have created, I get tons of undefined reference complaints, all
starting with '_', and all are non-system symbols.
I've confirmed by running nm on the libraries in question, that the missing
symbols are actually in the library.
The linker command is :
gcc -ofoo foomain.o -L../lib -lfoo1 -lfoo2 -lg2c -lc -lgsl -lm
Do I have to do something special to a libraries after archival of object
files, before I can link against it?
I'm probably doing something very stupid.
But since my head is already hurting from banging it against the concrete
wall for a while, I'd rather ask.
anybody any clues?
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