Category : include-path

My OS is windows10. I have classification.hpp file on this path, "C:C++_libboost_1_77_0boostalgorithmstringclassification.hpp". I added the boost path into include and library path in tasks.json like "tasks": [ //C++ 컴파일 { "label" : "c++ build" , "command" : "c:/MinGW/bin/g++.exe" , "args" : [ "${fileDirname}/${fileBasenameNoExtension}.cpp" , "-g" , "-o" , "${fileDirname}/${fileBasenameNoExtension}.exe", "-I", "C:C++_libboost_1_77_0", "-L", "C:C++_libboost_1_77_0libs" ], "group": ..

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I want to use Cascade in Visual studio V.2013 What are the necessary configurations to get it running? I’ve done the following changes in the project properties in VS: add the ‘src’ folder to c/c++->general->additional include directories add the ‘include’ folder to Linker->general->additional library directories add ‘Cascade.hpp’ to Linker->input->additional dependencies add environment variable ‘Cascade’ with ..

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I am trying to run a program using the ArduinoJson library with the VSC extension Code Runner but I cannot compile it. There are no markup errors or warnings in VSC but when I try to run this snippet: #include "../External_Libraries/ArduinoJson/ArduinoJson.h" #include <iostream> int main(){ std::cout << "Done.n"; return 0;} I get the error output ..

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I am trying to compile the a program in Linux and the program contains the following header files: #include <iostream> #include <vector> #include "Minuit2/FCNBase.h" #include "FunctionMinimum.h" #include "MnMigrad.h" etc. The source file is in home/christian/code and the header files are all in /home/christian/root/include/Minuit2 I am trying to compile by running the following command: g++ -I ..

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