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« on: April 28, 2014, 05:55:05 pm »

Hello, I’m new to CS,
and I want to using Jam to build my program,
so I read the CS-Manual,
and I using MSYS to call
but I get this "autoheader: command not found"
although the project has build in the right pos,
but when I call ./configure on my project dir,
it tell me "bash.exe: ./configure: No such file or directory"
what should I do? I had never used linux, so I don't understand something,
I using mingw32, but when I compile my first CS app,
it tell me "undefined reference to `GetStockObject@4"
so I google it,
and somebody tell me add -mwindows to g++ args,
but I can't find where to add g++ args on my IDE(qtcreater),
so I had to link it myself,
after g++.... the exe really generated,
but when I open the exe it tell me "the program stop running", so sad,
so now I had only to using Jam, it's my final hope,
because I had compile the CS-SDK using Jam,
and the exe it generated really work on my win7_64_OS,
so I think may using Jam to build my project, but it may be hard to using Jam with IDE(I don't know how to do,may u know, please tell me,  which I mean is that I can only click build,and then the ide will call Jam to my project...)
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