s.buys at icon.co.za
Sun Jul 29 07:44:02 BST 2001
Please make sure that you installed the development packages of SDL as well. On my system the header files for SDL is installed in /usr/include/SDL/ , thus when I use it I have to #include <SDL/SDL.h>. If you are using RPM you can use kpackage to verify that you have SDL and SDL-devel packages installed and double check the locations and names of your files.
I have a executable in /usr/bin/ called sdl-config which was installed with the SDL 1.2.1 development RPM's. Invoked as below but without the quotes.
http://www.linux.com/develop/newsitem.phtml?aid=12443&sid=93&page=2 - This points to a SDL tutorial on www.linux.com - maybe that will help as well.
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From: NERILL at aol.com
To: kdevelop at kdevelop.org
Sent: Saturday, July 28, 2001 9:29 PM
Subject: Re: SDL
In a message dated 7/27/01 3:21:19 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
s.buys at icon.co.za writes:
Under Project -> Options -> Linker Options add -lSDL -lSDLmain -lpthread to
the additional libraries input box (add -lGL -lGLU if you want to use it
OpenGL with it) Obviously the right header files need to be included as
well... (sorry for the insultingly obvious) There is also a the command
sdl-config --libs --cflags for additional clues
I did all that but the Make doesnt work.
I put #include <SDL.h>
and the message error is: SDL.h:no such file or directory.
PS: When you say that "sdl-config --libs --cflags" is a command, does that
mean it can be invoked from a command window? if so, it doesnt work for me
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