From: Tahir Azim (hitectahir_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-03 08:17:24
I have been trying to build a Python wrapper module for a C++ program
named Sql2Root. Earlier I was using CXX for this purpose, as this was
the tool mentioned in the program's website. But initially i had the
problem that distutilsinvoked gcc for compilation which resulted in
Python giving the error:
undefined symbol: cerr
when the module was imported.
So I manually executed out the same commands using g++ instead of gcc.
But this time on importing I got the error message:
undefined symbol: ObjectAlloc__8TStorageUi
Then i found that i could use the other tool Boost.python. It worked
ok with simple C++ programs (as did CXX for that matter), but for this
particular program, again on trying to import in Python, i got the
undefined symbol: DoErr.....
with some other (apparently) random numbers after that.
Can anyone help me out on this and point me out as to how these errors
may be removed?
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