Category : compiler-errors

I’m trying to define my own opencv module and build it out of the sources folder, and I meet some link error while building on window’s msvc: link error log on visual studio here is my file structure(on any arbitrary path): file structure I try to build this extra module(matlib.cpp) with opencv source in: F:/opencv-master ..

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On 64bit windows the following code: package main import ( "syscall" ) func main() { var processEntry syscall.ProcessEntry32 var threadEntry syscall.ThreadEntry32 } Produces the following output when compiled with the GO compiler: go build test.go # command-line-arguments .test.go:12:18: undefined: syscall.ThreadEntry32 With GOARCH environment variable set to 386 and with the default (my windows machine is ..

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I tried to install a instance of restbed on my Raspberry Pi. However everytime I try to "make" Restbed it fails. I tried it via the developer instructions: git clone https://github.com/corvusoft/restbed.git mkdir restbed/build cd restbed/build cmake [-DBUILD_SSL=NO] [-DBUILD_TESTS=NO] .. make install make test I tired it with a bunch of compilers gcc-8.3 ,gcc-4.9, clang-9.0 Nothing ..

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I am trying to make and use a statick library that uses sfml and just doesn’t work I don’t know what to say so I am Giving all resource files: first static lib files: Header.h: #ifndef Header_H #define Header_H #include <SFML/System.hpp> #include <SFML/Window.hpp> #include <SFML/Graphics.hpp> #include <SFML/Audio.hpp> #include <SFML/Network.hpp> namespace Anamespace { class Aclass { ..

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First of all, I understand the difference between using angle brackets to include files and using quotes. Namely, that angle brackets make the preprocessor search for the file in an implementation dependent manner, and using quotes means the preprocessor searches first in the project directory, then in the search path used for the #include form. ..

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