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Old 01-06-2008, 12:48 PM   #1
maverick_pol
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Linking problem under 10.4 Tiger


Hi,

I am writing an application in C++/Qt. Compiled it under Win32/Linux but have problems linking it under Mac. I get the :
".. ld -L : missing directory name"

I have:

LIBS+= -L ogdi/lib/linux -logdi -lvrf

What can be wrong?
Can't I use .so files under Mac or why ld do not see the path after "-L" ?

Thank you for any help

maverick
 
  


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