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From: "Ki Tea Park" <kiteasf AT hotmail DOT com>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: header problem, hello world, streambuf
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 21:43:23 -0700
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I am having the "header file problem." It should seem familiar to someone
since there are about a zillion postings about this very problem on the
forum ayt http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/

Here is the error message when I try to compile the "hello world" program...

In file included from test1.cc:1:
c:/djgpp/lang/cxx/iostream.h:31: streambuf.h No such file or directory
(ENOENT)

__________

I have installed djgpp properly, to the best of my ability to check. I am
invoking it from a command prompt within Windows 2000. I installed it in the
default directory, that is, c:\DJGPP.

It seems to me that W2K supports long file names... so it should not have
trouble finding the "streambuf" file. I checked and verified the streambuf.h
file is present in the correct location.

Also, I have set the path variables exactly as indicated in the readme.1st
file.

Has anyone run DJGPP on W2K before?

Thanks,
KT




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