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Old 09-15-2004, 09:40 AM   #1
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output of "which ci"


Hello im compiling the MoMuSys reference software. In the makefile there is a statement(shell which ci).. However when I input which ci in my shell, nothing comes up... My question is, what package does this refer to? I need to know it so I can download it..


I don't know if that's the cause of the following errors I get... but it's worth the shot since I followed all the directions in the readme...


MoMuSys: http://www.iso.ch/iso/en/ittf/Public...are_Reference/



I get the following errors when I try to invoke make...

Code:
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_textureLayerBQ.o)(.text+0x10cf): In function `PEZW_decode_ratecontrol':
: undefined reference to `Min_Bitplane'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_textureLayerBQ.o)(.text+0x10d9): In function `PEZW_decode_ratecontrol':
: undefined reference to `reach_budget'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_textureLayerBQ.o)(.text+0x10ea): In function `PEZW_decode_ratecontrol':
: undefined reference to `Min_Bitplane'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_textureLayerBQ.o)(.text+0x10f4): In function `PEZW_decode_ratecontrol':
: undefined reference to `reach_budget'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_textureLayerBQ.o)(.text+0x110b): In function `PEZW_decode_ratecontrol':
: undefined reference to `spatial_leveloff'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_textureLayerBQ.o)(.text+0x1138): In function `PEZW_decode_ratecontrol':
: undefined reference to `spatial_leveloff'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_textureLayerBQ.o)(.text+0x1165): In function `PEZW_decode_ratecontrol':
: undefined reference to `Min_Bitplane'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_textureLayerBQ.o)(.text+0x1207): In function `PEZW_decode_ratecontrol':
: undefined reference to `Max_Bitplane'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_textureLayerBQ.o)(.text+0x120d): In function `PEZW_decode_ratecontrol':
: undefined reference to `reach_budget'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_utils.o)(.text+0x186): In function `Init_PEZWdata':
: undefined reference to `noteError'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(PEZW_utils.o)(.text+0xe0a): In function `PEZW_bit_unpack':
: undefined reference to `noteError'
lib/lib_linux/libvm_common.a(QMInit.o)(.text+0xb3): In function `ztqQListInit':
: undefined reference to `noteError'
....
.....
I got more but it's to lengthy to post here
 
Old 09-15-2004, 10:50 AM   #2
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Re: output of "which ci"

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Hello im compiling the MoMuSys reference software. In the makefile there is a statement(shell which ci).. However when I input which ci in my shell, nothing comes up... My question is, what package does this refer to? I need to know it so I can download it..


I don't know if that's the cause of the following errors I get...
I doubt it has anything to do with those errors. The 'ci' command checks in RCS revisions - it's used to store new revisions of files into an RCS repository. It's in the Debian devel/rcs package.
 
Old 09-15-2004, 10:57 AM   #3
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BTW, if all you're getting is "undefined reference" warnings then I wouldn't worry about it. Those are just compiler warnings and probably won't affect the operation of the program at all.
 
Old 09-15-2004, 09:15 PM   #4
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Hello, thanks for the reply.

I will try it out again later, maybe the code did get compiled...
 
Old 09-16-2004, 10:13 AM   #5
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They most certainly *are* errors. Outside of a few very specialist scenarios undefined references should always abort a compile and will certainly prevent an app from working.
 
  


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