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H:\Sengine stuff\TestEngine\collect2.exe [Error] ld returned 1 exit status

25  H:\Sengine stuff\TestEngine\Makefile.win recipe for target 'TestEngine.exe' failed

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More than that.   There should be a series of errors and warnings and notes.

 

Start at the beginning of the errors and warnings, then give the next five or ten lines including all the cryptic messages you may not understand. Usually the first error is the cause of multiple others, and other times the later lines give a clue to the actual problem.

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Just out of curiosity what version of dev-c++ are you using?

 

Certain versions like bloodshed c++ don't ship with a recent compiler and won't compile anything recent such as code containing the c++11 standard...

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More than that.   There should be a series of errors and warnings and notes.

 

Start at the beginning of the errors and warnings, then give the next five or ten lines including all the cryptic messages you may not understand. Usually the first error is the cause of multiple others, and other times the later lines give a clue to the actual problem.

i started remaking it in visual c++ but there were undefined references too but that was it

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Just out of curiosity what version of dev-c++ are you using?

 

Certain versions like bloodshed c++ don't ship with a recent compiler and won't compile anything recent such as code containing the c++11 standard...

 

yea its the bloodshed v5.9.2

 

More than that.   There should be a series of errors and warnings and notes.

 

Start at the beginning of the errors and warnings, then give the next five or ten lines including all the cryptic messages you may not understand. Usually the first error is the cause of multiple others, and other times the later lines give a clue to the actual problem.

i started remaking it in visual c++ but there were undefined references too but that was it

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