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Old 05-31-2005, 01:40 AM   #1
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GNU based c++ cross compiler unable to link c library

i have to replace a C cross compiler in an application that has to compile C code with a C++ cross compiler so that C++ features can be added to the application. However, the compiler is not able to recognize some library functions (of the application) although the library path is included. Is it possible that the C++ cross-compiler is unable to read the library whose source code is written in C? Or can it be that the earlier C cross-compiler executable (gcc.exe) has a library of the relevant functions already linked to it? Both the C and C++ cross compilers are the ones distributed by the name of DJGPP - by DJ delorie.
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