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From: Roland Exler <R DOT Exler AT jk DOT uni-linz DOT ac DOT at>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: C++ code under djgpp.....
Date: 29 Nov 1995 07:32:17 GMT
Organization: Institute for el. Measurement, University of Linz, Austria
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mlinvle AT inlink DOT com (mlinvle) wrote:
>I'm trying to compile C++ code under djgpp, but get a number of errors that 
>seem to suggest that I should be writing C-style code. ...
>I'm using cc1plus.exe to compile with...Should I be using this or cpp.exe?

With djgpp you've to call gcc with your program, for example I use
  gcc -Wall -m486 -c myprog.cc
which does an compilation of myprog.cc (output myprog.o) and gives most 
warnings possible (-Wall) and code for 486 (-m486).

gcc calls the preprocessor, compiler, linker, ... depending on your 
command-line automatically for you.

Hope this helps,
  Roland

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