I'm making minor adjustments to a sample program called pdemo that comes with Dekang Lin's minipar parser, but I'm having trouble compiling the darned thing without seeing a royal mess of "undefined reference" variables.
I'm not particularly well-versed in C++ (I'm far better with higher-level languages), though, so I'm sorry if this is a dumb question...
Before I even tried to make any changes, I wanted to compile the provided source (the program is open source) just to see if Bad Things would happen. I used the makefile that was included.
Lo and behold, They happened.
At first the problem was that I didn't have libz-dev instlaled (I use Ubuntu Linux 8.04), but now the problem is ridiculous numbers of undefined references - to the standard library, it seems, even.
The listing is pretty much entirely undefined references, so I'm hoping that someone can give a solution without needing to read through the entirety of the error output.
The output: http://pastebin.ca/1218388
For the record, the only change I need to make is to stick a cout.flush() in two places, and that's all (I'm having a Python process start up pdemo and talk to it).