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Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2005 21:21:10 -0400
From: April White <april_white AT sympatico DOT ca>
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Subject: Re: operators (f.e. new[]) undefined
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Martin Str|mberg wrote:

>Florian Xaver <wosrediinanatour AT aon DOT at> wrote:
>  
>
>>I got the following errors from the linker. ...
>>    
>>
>>../../lib/djgpp.v2/libSWORD.a(spy.o):spy.cc:(.eh_frame+0x11): undefined 
>>reference to `___gxx_personality_v0'
>>    
>>
>I have no idea about the operators, but that gxx_personality suggests
>you're mixing one compiler version with another or another's
>library.
>  
>
Is it not also caused by using gcc to compile a c++ program instead of 
gxx?  
I've had a little experience with this error lately, give it a try, it 
cannot hurt.

April

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