Cannot produce executable
frank at g-n-u.de
Thu Mar 2 02:19:26 CET 2000
miller at otago.ac.nz wrote:
> I have some statistical programs that I would like to release under GPL.
> They were originally written in Borland Pascal and Speed Pascal (the latter
> is a borland-like pascal for OS/2), and all the code compiles and runs fine
> using those two compilers. Now I am trying to get everything to
> compile and run under gpc, so that the code will be useful to more
> people. It looks like I'll have a lot of questions along the way,
> and I'd appreciate any help that can be provided.
> I'm using a version of gpc that I installed as a binary from the file
> I can compile and run little test programs that use no units,
> or that use only type definitions from units, but I get "undefined symbol"
> messages if the main program refers to any variables or procedures
> defined in the interface part of the unit.
Try compiling with `--automake' which also compiles units
automatically, so don't have to compile them with `-c' before.
If this doesn't work (automake is a bit buggy under Dos), try
Frank Heckenbach, frank at g-n-u.de, http://fjf.gnu.de/
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