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From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-24 02:46:42

MarC <mvinyes_at_[hidden]> writes:

> I suppose, it's a begginer's linux problem but I didn't found the
> answer neither in the documentation nor in the internet forums...
> After installing boost on my system (see how at the end of this email),
> I wanted to compile simple_ls.cpp, the filesystem example.
> everything works when creating the .o but when linking a lot of
> undefined references arised. What have I done wrong?
> g++ -c simple_ls.cpp
> [marc_at_localhost ls]$ g++ -c simple_ls.cpp
> [marc_at_localhost ls]$ ls
> ls/ simple_ls.cpp* simple_ls.o
> [marc_at_localhost ls]$ g++ simple
> simple_ls.cpp simple_ls.o
> [marc_at_localhost ls]$ g++ simple_ls.cpp -o simple_ls

You need to link with the filesystem library that got built when you
installed boost.

Dave Abrahams
Boost Consulting

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