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AW: AW: g++ and "undefined reference to `libintl_gettext'"

As I wrote to Ronald I tried this too. But it isn't the fault. Aside from
this I think, that if I say -static no dynamical linking should be


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Von: Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc.) []
Gesendet: Dienstag, 18. Februar 2003 18:10
An: Reimann, Peter;
Betreff: Re: AW: g++ and "undefined reference to `libintl_gettext'"

Reimann, Peter wrote:
> Sorry. Here is the command line:
> g++     -static -mno-cygwin -o docucalc.exe DCMessage.o
> DCInputMessage.o DCOutputMessage.o DCModel.o DCCalculator.o DCPa
> rameterRules.o  docucalc.o DCError.o DCErrorMessage.o DCCLIInterface.o
> DCModelTool.o DCCPModel.o DCExternArticleList.o
> DCError.o(.text+0x25d8) undefined reference to
> make: *** [docucalc.exe] Error 1

OK, I think you got your answer already in this thread.  You didn't
provide the library (-lintl) with the symbol that you need.  You have
to do that.  This really isn't a Cygwin issue so if you have more
troubles like this, you might want to consult some gcc/binutils
usage information.

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