compiling extensions on linux

Joe Connellan joec at mill.co.uk
Mon Sep 2 19:05:53 CEST 2002


of course ;) that fixed it - I've now put the c++ stuff back in and
declaring it as an extern "C" function

Cheers

Joe





"Martin v. Löwis" wrote:

> Joe Connellan <joec at mill.co.uk> writes:
>
> > it does have a initmyextension declared - Here's a simple example of my
> > problem - I've taken all c++ related stuff out so I can use gcc
>
> However, you are still compiling it as a C++ program, since it has the
> .cpp extension. You either need to rename the file (to .c), or use the
> -x c command line option. If there was C++ stuff to take out, you best
> declare the function as extern "C".
>
> Regards,
> Martin




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