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Re: compilation of macros [message #9844 is a reply to message #9831] Wed, 02 December 2009 23:24 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Elwin Dijck
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I also experimented with compiling macros and actually used g++ instead of ACLiC for compilation and then linked with the PandaRoot libraries. The linking part gave me several errors about undefined symbols, because the PandaRoot libraries contain (public) functions that are declared but not implemented. I guess it should be possible to ignore the errors as none of these functions are ever called, but in any case it might be better to remove their declarations from the class interfaces. This won't break any code as calling these function would result in crashes anyway.

I compiled a list of functions that are declared, but don't seem to be implemented. It might be good to comment-out the declarations for functions that are supposed to be implemented at some point or otherwise just remove them (or make them private).

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Additionally, the PndMvdGeo class is referenced in the code, but the source code file PndMvdGeo.cxx is excluded from the build by default (mvd/MvdLinkDef.h:19 and mvd/CMakeLists.txt:62), which also results in undefined references when externally linking.
 
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