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I am using DJGPP to compile an executable which runs under DOS. I got both of my files collected in a directory and I can compile them successfully. I used:
gcc -c -Wall rac.cc

gcc -o parse.exe rac.o

However, when I try to link the application, I get this output:
rac.o(.text+0x570):rac.cc: undefined reference to operator new(unsigned long)''
rac.o(.text+0x5c6):rac.cc: undefined reference to operator new[](unsigned long)
''
rac.o(.text+0x781):rac.cc: undefined reference to operator delete[](void*)''
rac.o(.text+0x7c0):rac.cc: undefined reference to operator delete[](void*)''
rac.o(.text+0x95e):rac.cc: undefined reference to operator delete[](void*)''
rac.o(.eh_frame+0x11):rac.cc: undefined reference to ___gxx_personality_v0''
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

What am I doing wrong here? Toolmaker
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You might need to include the standard library on the linker settings. For other gcc versions you''d use the -lstdc++ linker option. I don''t know if it''s called the same thing under DOS however.

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I forgot to RTFM. I had to use
gxx -o myexe.exe myobj.o

So, problem solved

Toolmaker

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