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Old 10-25-2003, 10:20 AM   #1
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autogen: mixing C and C++

i'm a newbie to autogen and only a novice in Makefiles. i've been searching google for good documentation, but most assume certain previous knowledge. the complications that i've run into deal with combining the my C++ code with gtk-2. glade-2 generates a set of autogen scripts that is fit to compile with C code but not with C++ code. for example, the following does not work with my current configuration.

-I../../enchant_ipc/include -I../../signalcore

zreccon_SOURCES = \
main.c \
support.c support.h \
interface.c interface.h \
callbacks.c callbacks.h \
my-code.cpp my-cde.hpp

...because the contents of the INCLUDE'ed "signalcore" directory is based on C++. Can I get an idea of what I must change in Any documentation would help as well. Thanks!


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