Using G++ with OpenInventor ?

Using G++ with OpenInventor ?

Post by Paul Rhod » Tue, 22 Nov 1994 22:02:12

Hi. I know this has been addressed before, but can anyone use g++ to compile
an OpenInventor program (a simple one like HelloCone from Mentor). I know
there are problems linking the object files, but at the moment I more concerned
with actually getting them to compile.

The problem is the standard sgi include files.

In file included from /usr/include/Inventor/Xt/SoXt.h:34,
/usr/include/Inventor/SbLinear.h:178: `SbVec3f::operator -(...)' must take
either zero or one argument
/usr/include/Inventor/SbLinear.h:178: confused by earlier errors, bailing out

thanks in advance,



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I need to know whether it is possible to compile Open Inventor Programs
using the g++ compiler or not. If it is possible please tell me how?

I tried compiling the Open Inventor program using gcc compiler and
it would not work.

Thanks in Advance


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