I used to have turbo c++ but it is outdated now, so the only problem i am having with that is that there was a great help documentation in turbo c++ for the language and i could just browse to any function of c++ and get its details. After turbo c i am not able to get that kind of help anywhere or in any compiler. Can anyone plz tell me where can get that kind of c++ help ?

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hello friends, i am new to this forum and new with C i am stuck at setting up eclipse kepler with MinGW I have my eclipse installed undder C:\Program Files\eclipse and MinGw under C:\MinGW i know MinGW needs to adjust environment variables here is screenshot for ur refernce http://gyazo.com/276678dcfacd54c15a0c332f136964d1 and here is the systempath code C:\Program Files\MinGW\i686-pc-mingw32\lib;C:\MinGW\i686-pc-mingw32\lib i also have java installed on my pc still i get this error when i try to start eclipse http://gyazo.com/3551af2d1d4ea8e13733f95166b3d2fa pls help

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Hello, I'm building opencv library with cmake for mingw to be used with qt and i've been able to generate the makefilelist. But when i type **mingw32-make** at the command prompt i get error when it's 44% built. error says: *Cannot export _ZN12_GLOBAL__N_13R)p3aLLEv: symbol not found Cannot export _ZN12_GLOBAL__N_17CmpType3allEv: symbol not found collect2: Id returned 1 exit status mingw32-make[2]: [bin/opencv_perf_core.exe] Error 1 mingw32-make[1]: [modules/core/CMakeFiles/opencv_perf_core.dir/all] Error 2 mingw32-make: [all] Error 2* Please I need help.

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Right everyone, here's my problem. I have just paid £45 for a book on Qt, have had a nightmere getting it sorted, and finally I can build apps to this extent... I have an app, *test.pro*. I have built it using `qmake test.pro` -> `make` which works. I am using the MingW library within CodeBlocks on Windows 7x64. I have the exe all ready when... *the file mingwm10.dll is missing from your computer, try re-installing* and I have checked that in C:\Program Files (x86)\CodeBlocks\MinGW\bin\ there is DEFINATELY a mingwm10.dll file. I am completely stuck, any help greatly appreciated!! :D

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I'm using Eclipse and I made a program that reads ID3 tags. The problem is that each time I run it, it stops in this line: TagFrame * tmpFrame=new TagFrame(frameID,header.getFilename(),stream); bufferLeft-=tmpFrame->getFrameSize(); tmpFrame->readObject(); frames.push_back(tmpFrame); //This line!!! Where the variable 'frames' is a std::list<TagFrame*>. This block of code is beeing called from a function placed in a class(HeaderStream). When I debugged the program it gived me this stack: `_fu6___ZNSs4_Rep20_S_empty_rep_storageE() at HeaderStream.cpp:63 0x401c77 ` ... and gived me this warning: `Invalid parameter passed to C runtime function.` However, sometimes, when I debug my program, it works fine. Where could be the problem? Is …

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I don't know jack about Visual Studio, and I'd like to keep it that way because I like doing stuff on the command line, I have my preferences. But my teacher uses it to compile and I'm curious what I did wrong because gcc didn't throw anything. So, code (Without header, which just defines constants and function names): #include <allegro.h> #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include "midterm.h" void draw(); BITMAP *sc; SAMPLE *clap, *bounce; int color; void start() { score=0; b.sp = speed; b.rad = radius; p.x = width/2; p.y = height-margin; p.length = paddle_length; num_lives=3; num_blocks = 30; top=0; go=0; …

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*Hello people of the DaniWebs! It's been a long time since I've been talking and asking here, under the name of **katmai539**. I've lost account information and also the email address linked to it. I haven't been active in the software development-branch for the past few years but recently I decided to pick up the old habit of coding some stuff, next to my awesome job as a cashier at the local supermarket monopolist Albert Heijn.* Now to BUSINESS! As you can see I'm still using **SDL** for a thing and another. I managed to compile a dll for sdl_draw …

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I'm sure I'm missing something basic here, but I cannot get this to compile. Using codeblocks 10.05 with mingw build of gcc 4.4.1. I've included unistd.h and tried replacing MAXPATHLEN with PATH_MAX but every time, it gives me: error: 'MAXPATHLEN' was not declared in this scope or error: 'PATH_MAX' was not declared in this scope #include <iostream> #include <unistd.h> int main() { char temp[MAXPATHLEN]; return 0; } I've also tried #include "unistd.h" to no avail.

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How do I do assembly code with the mingw-g++ compiler. All the websites I checked say that this should work: [CODE]int add(int a, int b) { int c=0; asm("mov %[aVal],%eax;add %[bVal],%eax;mov %eax,%[cVal]" : [cVal] "=i" (c) : [bVal] "i" (b) : [aVal] "i" (a)); return c; }[/CODE] But instead I get the following compiler errors: D:\Programming\C++\test\main.cpp||In function 'int add(int, int)':| D:\Programming\C++\test\main.cpp|10|error: expected string-literal before '[' token| D:\Programming\C++\test\main.cpp|10|error: expected ')' before '[' token| D:\Programming\C++\test\main.cpp|10|error: undefined named operand 'aVal'| D:\Programming\C++\test\main.cpp|4|warning: unused parameter 'a'| ||=== Build finished: 3 errors, 1 warnings ===| What is wrong with that code? How do I do assembly …

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Hello everyone, I am working in the latest version of MinGW (downloaded 12/12/2011). I am attempting to compile a .rc file using Windres.exe. I use the command: windres -O coff about1.rc -o about1.res. Windres generates perhaps 100 or more warning messages saying "null characters ignored", and then it terminates with the message: "About1.rc:1:syntax error". There are no null characters in the source file. To add to the puzzle, exactly the same About1.rc file compiles smoothly if I use MSFT rc.exe. The resulting .res file links with the program .obj file and runs smoothly. I have tried using the switch --use-temp-file …

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Hello all, I recently installed MinGW on my XP Pro box (SP 3). When I click on the shell icon, the resulting behavior of the MinGW shell console window is incorrect. Initially, the console opens up as it should, complete with frame and scroll bars, but after about 5 seconds, it closes and then the full screen opens up. The display has no title bar, frames, or scroll bar. I can program the shell in this display, but it is clumsy and wierd. Can someone suggest a solution? Thanks, Mark Allyn

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Running: Windows 7 Home Premium. I am not sure if I am posting this in the correct board, so please move this if I am incorrect in my post placement. I am trying to set Allegro up, for programming a 2D game in C (which is why I chose this board to post in). Allegro seemed like a good fit, because it supports MIDI and the syntax seems relatively simple. In a build tutorial for MinGW/Allegro ([url]http://wiki.allegro.cc/index.php?title=Build/MinGW[/url]), I installed/built everything up to libvorbis. libogg compiled and installed just fine using MSYS. However, when trying to ./configure libvorbis, I am met …

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Hello altogether, I am supposed to work through a project written in C++ and QT for Windows platforms. Now I am not an expert in window-related stuff. I installed MinGW 3.4.5 and QTSDK on Win XP SP3. I am using the tool "qmake" to create a makefile with all dependecies and that works just nice. Then I use "make" to do the compiling and I get massive errors like these: [CODE]C:/Programme/MinGW/Bin/../lib/gcc/mingw32/3.4.5/../../../../include/c++/3.4.5/bi ts/istream.tcc:973: error: `__num' was not declared in this scope[/CODE] For me that looks like the installation of MinGW is somehow corrupted. Does anybody know how to fix that? Are …

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Hi, I have been trying to compile open source projects since past few months with no success. I just don't know how to go about the entire thing. Readings over the internet have not helped much. Some come with [COLOR="red"]./Configure[/COLOR] and a [COLOR="red"]Makefile[/COLOR] while others with only a [COLOR="Green"]Makefile[/COLOR]. How to use them to generate executables (or they have some other purpose :?:). My machine currently has: [LIST] [*]Windows XP [*]Mingw Compiler for C/C++ [*]Cygwin [/LIST] Do I need any other software? Thanks!

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Hello, It's been a few months since I haven't been able to launch Codeblock's debugger, when I launch the debugger I always get this (example): [B]Adding source dir: C:\Users\Me\Desktop\L2\SDD\TP2\ Adding file: bin\Debug\TP2.exe Starting debugger: failed[/B] I have tried: [LIST] [*]Reinstalling [*]Reinstalling (uninstall done using Revo Uninstaller) [*]Installing latest version of Codeblocks and replacing MinGW by the latest version found online [/LIST] Also here is my config (compiling is working alright): [IMG]http://img169.imageshack.us/img169/1582/capturevo.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/4286/capture2em.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://img207.imageshack.us/img207/1035/capture3i.jpg[/IMG] System: Windows 7 Ultimate, x64 bit operating system

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hi, I am using mingw32-gcc-3.4.2 inside a windows XP Professional SP3 computer. For my project I uses libcomctrl32.a library.The compilation goes without an error. and linking too.But the problem is it crashed on the runtime.Then I add the -g option and debug it. Here is the stack trace that I've obtained. [code] Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. 0x5d0ad465 in _libuser32_a_iname () (gdb) backtrace #0 0x5d0ad465 in _libuser32_a_iname () #1 0x00000000 in ?? () (gdb) q [/code] Any idea how to deal with this libuser32_a_iname problem? And I'm using the commctrl.h and it's functions in my project, when I use …

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