I can pretty much promise you that the problem is with your code
Well, considering his new thread about this very issue ( http://www.gamedev.net/topic/637918-a-star-tutorials-sfml/ ), I don't think the problem is in "his" code, because apparently all he did so far is copy/paste some seriously awful code from the internet, include the .cpp in another .cpp, be confused about it not working and then asking for someone to do all the programming for him.
Okay, technically it still is in his code, considering that "include <Astar.cpp>" was most certainly not in the original code. Still, this looks like yet another case of wanting to write a game without first learning the absolute basics of the chosen language.
Edited by Trienco, 27 January 2013 - 10:08 AM.