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« on: November 10, 2007, 08:02:14 am »

Greetings, I'm the newest noob,
I can download configure, and jam and even jam install all without errors, and all by the install proceedure.
All of the samples run just fine.

My problem is that i'm now trying to create my first simple stuff, following the simple tutorial in the documentation.
I already cannot compile it manually using g++.  It can't find crystalspace.h  I have tried throwing -I/path/to/includes and then it complains about undefined other things so when i do -l/path/to/lib those go away but it still has errors.

I extract and jam crystal in /c/cs  that is also what $CRYSTAL is set to
And when i have tried jam install it puts stuff in /usr/local/...
Either of these configurations I cannot get to work.

I suspect that I have done something wrong along the way... Or perhaps i'm missing some big clue in the writing of my first little app.
Do I have to set LIBRARY_PATH LD_LIBRARY_PATH etc etc?

Or am I missing an even more important clue somewhere?


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« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2007, 04:44:42 pm »

You possibly arn't linking to all the libraries required, I don't think they are all listed in the manual. Try
jam -dx simple1

that will probably list all required libraries, paths, and other info
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