It seems it is only a problem of selecting the right type of project in the begining (for Windows or for Dos (console), etc.). Posted 20 February 2008 - 06:18 PM -Ammiz::. thanks. 0 Dave Sinkula 2,398 10 Years Ago I'm asking you what I think your make utility is asking you. Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Check This Out
Please refer this as the article above is now moved to: http://anuragpatil.wordpress.com/200...ain-o-error-1/ Best luck. The following code is linked to winsock32.lib. (The code just sends a udp packet) ... The AUX library is out of date, use GLUT library instead. The best thing you can do, would be to uninstall Dev-C++, and then reinstall it.
You need to read the Compile log to determine why. If you are using any lib***.a you have to link it to your project: Project menu>project optinos>Parameters>Linker .. Report • #10 kikker June 2, 2011 at 02:16:37 tiensi1991 u r great....u solved my problem... it seems to be something wrong with the compile command in the makefile which is too long.
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Download new MINGW compiler at http://www.mingw.org/ and install it in C:\MinGW\2. hmm.. Main.o Error 1 Qt Specifically the first post on this page.
I am using Bloodshed Dev-c++ program for compiling my program, Code : // shortest.c // The shortest OpenGL program possible #include
Do you think it is something wrong with my Libs? current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Dev C++ Build Error Project1.exe Error 1 You can try searching for "g++" and make sure that the folder that it is actually in is alos the folder in the path setting. 0 Discussion Starter bops 1 10 Build Error Error 1 In Dev C++ in Dev c++.
Thanks in advance, EDIT I found this in my Compile log: Compiler: Default compiler Building Makefile: "C:\Users\JX\Desktop\Makefile.win" Executing make... his comment is here It shows errors D: Here's some example code:#include
Main.o(.text+0x28d):Main.c: undefined reference to '[email protected]' Main.o(.text+0x311):Main.c: undefined reference to '[email protected]' Im sure I have had these before when actually using the IDE...but I cant remember how to correct them...do you know there is no way of telling how much sub folder there are. so i just wanted to create a simple hello word program, but getting this error: C:\Program Files\Dev-Cpp\MyProjects\Makefile.win [Build Error] exe: *** [Objects/MingW/main.o] Error 1 Compilerlog says: Compiler: Default GCC compiler Building this contact form DEV-C++ librarys look like this: libopengl32.a Originally posted by Me6: That didn't work, any other suggestions? 06-10-2004,07:32 PM #5 Me6 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Intern Contributor Join Date
Hope this helps to other people. G++.exe Has Stopped Working Posted 08 April 2008 - 10:01 AM Thanks for reply. Comments on this post LaughingBelly disagrees : You registered just to revive this 3 year old post?
I understand what this error should … Dev C++ [Build Error] [main.o] Error 2 unexpected end of file 4 replies Greetings to all. make.exe: *** [main.o] Error 1 Execution terminated I have tried many times re-installing the program aswell as re-configuring it and installing with fresh configurations etc...nothing seems to work, I get the Can you help me with my homework assignment?, Before you post!, Use code tags, How to post!, Codeguru technical FAQs, C++ FAQ Lite, Stroustrup: C++ Style and Technique FAQ, Guru of Orwell Dev C++ So with the help of mask, I separate the numbers but ...
Thanks.... "A Programmer is the same thing as a Psycho, except for one difference----A programmer gets paid to do what he does."*--Brian Jennings 06-11-2004,07:17 AM #10 Me6 View Profile View Forum I just need to know how to get C++ to solve an equation … Dev C++ Access violation error(Segmentation fault)) 4 replies Dear all, I'm a C++ beginner and I'm facing Thanks... "A Programmer is the same thing as a Psycho, except for one difference----A programmer gets paid to do what he does."*--Brian Jennings 06-11-2004,07:13 AM #9 Me6 View Profile View Forum navigate here Back to top #11 Andreic Posted 23 February 2008 - 05:14 PM Andreic Forum Newbie Members 54 posts Reputation: 0 yea check your dev-cpp folder, it saves in there Back to
I have a task in which I have to cin a number (not bigger than 2^32) and the program have to check if it's numbers in hex are equal. GLUT, GLFW, GLM) OpenGL drivers High-level APIs (e.g. No, i didn't do the custom installation, i picked the full installation. Stop.
And am I correct in understanding that you have main.cpp saved in "C:\Dev-Cpp\"? 0 kon_t 10 Years Ago Thanks, I have did that, It has been added to path successfully but you might also check the length of the PATH environment variable.