rokrau at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 16 03:43:51 UTC 2001
possibly something wrong with your install, but I havent actually used
STLPort for some time now.
You need to check where the directories stl and wrap_std are located in
you STLport-4.0 tree and set the -I option to that directory.
Check the compiler output and see whether the include option is really
--- Rick Sivernell <res005ru at gte.net> wrote:
> On Friday 15 June 2001 08:21 pm, you wrote:
> > You should put
> > -I/opt/STLport-4.0/stlport
> > in your additional compiler flags.
> > Roland
> Thanks but still has the same error
> make results:
> /opt/STLport-4.0/stlport/iostream.h:21: stl/_prolog.h: No such file
> /opt/STLport-4.0/stlport/iostream.h:104: wrap_std/h/iostream.h: No
> such file or directory
> /opt/STLport-4.0/stlport/iostream.h:108: stl/_epilog.h: No such file
> or directory
> Actually the files and dir are in place.
> Is there some enviroment variable need to be set
> or is there something wrong with my install
> Rick Sivernell
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