Dev C Linker error. Undefined reference to [email protected] id returned 1 exit status. How can i fix this. Just so you all know this is for a class debug project but. I get 'Undefined reference to '[email protected]' Under Visual C, you need to link with SDL2main.lib. Under the gcc build environments including Dev-C, you need to link with the output of 'sdl-config -libs', which is usually: -lmingw32 -lSDL2main -lSDL2. I get undefined references to various SDL functions.
I get 'Undefined reference to 'email protected' Under Visual C, you need to link with SDL2main.lib. Under the gcc build environments including Dev-C, you need to link with the output of 'sdl-config -libs', which is usually: -lmingw32 -lSDL2main -lSDL2 -mwindows. The same is true for Dev C, which, I stress, you should no longer be using as it is abandonware (unless you mean wxDev C). Missing int main. Without an entry point of some kind ( int main for console applications, INT WinMain for windows applications etc.), you cannot create an executable application. Gta 5 ppsspp iso download for android emulator. The problem is that I get the errormessage 'Linker error undefined reference to `[email protected]' when I try to compile it. I have spent several hours sniffing the web, especially forums liek this, for a solution, and I have found many suggestions, but none that works for me.Hello Guys,
I've just started programming C with Dev-C++ and am just trying to program a kind of role play (only fighting, nothing very good)
I had to create some Librarys and stuff and because of the possibility to have the same Library in the code, I used
and after the Main function, I ended with
this is the whole code:
So, after compiling, it says:
[Linker Error] undefined reference to '[email protected]'
I tried some things and came to the solution, that #endif can't be after the main function,
but it also cannot be in the main function,
so I guess, that I have to put #endif somewhere else, but where?
before the main function doesn't make sense, because then, I could leave that out as well.
Dev C++ Undefined Reference To Winmain
Can anyone help me with this?
PS: Of course I searched the FAQ and the Forums but I didn't find a solution.
PPS: Sorry, dass es auf Englisch ist.
Beitrag zuletzt geändert: 29.4.2011 21:41:11 von infinitysounds
- Sep 12, 2003
undefined reference to '[email protected]'
ld returned 1 exit status
when WinMain is clearly defined in the C++ source code as the name of main, using the Dev-C++ environment v18.104.22.168. and #include <windows.h>, i.e.:
On Unix I used to run a piped command like:
cat lib*.a ??? gawk 'WinMain'
well, maybe I ran a script that fed the list of libraries in one at a time to the middle command or something like that, in order to find an interface like 'WinMain' in a library, but do not see anyway of doing the same on WinXP hosting the Dev-C++ environment.
Also, obviously, I've been away from Unix too long to remember the middle command. Duh?