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Re: [CPROG] Compiler versioner



On Tue, 20 Jul 1999, Martin E. Nielsen wrote:

> > Der er sikkert mere forskel end kompilerversion på de to systemer. Fx libc
> > som var et større spring: fra det gamle libc5 til det moderne glibc2.
> Lyder meget rimeligt... Men kan man tvinge compileren til bruge 
> den gamle?

Ja, men dine fejl ser ikke ud til at have noget med det at gøre.

> > Det ville nok hjælpe hvis du inkluderer nogle fejlbeskeder :)
> Værsgo':
> eigenkx.c: In function `void eigenk(class 
> complex_matrix &, class complex_matrix &, class 
> complex_darray &, int &, class profmatrix_gen &, class 
> profmatrix_gen &, int, double, int, int, int)':
> eigenkx.c:439: no match for `complex_matrix & = 
> complex'
> matrixc.h:90: candidates are: complex_matrix::operator 
> =(int)
> matrixc.h:88:                 complex_matrix::operator 
> =(complex_matrix &)

Tja, hvad den siger er nok rigtig: hvor kommer class complex_matrix af, er
det din egen klasse? Er der en operator= definiere for complex?

Hvad er "complex" -- din egen klasse, eller noget fra C++ headerne?


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