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dscottstewart

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I am working on a application that had calls to various subroutines that were used in Windows Visual Studio. I note that i could compile on my OSX 10.12 g++ compiler without complain. When I went to Absoft and compiled the c++ code with the cc compiler, I got errors like

    typeinfo  in angleboundary.o
  "_stdscr", referenced from:
      mymain() in ann_sample.o
      test() in ann_sample.o
  "_wgetch", referenced from:
      mymain() in ann_sample.o
      test() in ann_sample.o

So _stdscr and _wgetch (that seem to be part of curses) dont seem to be available in the cc compiler but are in the g++.

The question is if I UPGRADE to ABSOFT PRO Fortran 20 will I get rid of this problem. I want to use the IDE system and the FX debugger and I can not compile the code so far.

Will and UPGRADE to the NEWEST ABSOFT compilers solve this problem?



mecej4

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The errors that you report are not compile-time errors; they are reports of undefined external symbols from the linker.

What do you mean by "When I went to Absoft and compiled the c++ code with the cc compiler"? Are you attempting to compile a Windows GUI application source code on OSX? Are you running Parallels or a virtual Windows environment on OSX?

As far as I can see, there is no connection between the linker errors and the Absoft compiler, whether on Windows or OSX. On Windows, Absoft does not provide its own C/C++ compiler. Similarly, there is no reason why Absoft 20 would work for you when Absoft 18 would not.

Please explain in detail what you are trying to do.
« Last Edit: April 28, 2020, 06:47:58 AM by mecej4 »

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