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Re: Where is complex.h
Christopher Faylor wrote:
On Mon, Jul 24, 2006 at 05:00:37PM -0400, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
TV JOE wrote:
I've a C program referencing complex.h. But make can't find it and the
only copy I see is in /usr/include/mingw which I don't think is the
right version. Advice welcomed.
That will tell you what packages have complex.h in them. I expect you
can reasonably narrow down from there the package you need and how to
get at the file you want.
I don't think that there is any cygwin package which provides a usable
complex.h is there? I don't see one from the above list and, if one was
going to exist, it should come from newlib -- which doesn't seem to be
I did find these:
Now that I noticed the third one, the second one makes sense; it is
probably a wrapper complaining that you should '#include <complex>'.
However those are C++ headers, not C headers.
The first one does have "newlib" in the path, for whatever that's worth.
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