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making g++ program using pro*c++ makefile

Posted on 1998-05-19
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My problem:
I am not able to match pro*c++ makefile to (gnu) g++ compiler.
Where can I found example or something details that
I can make the makefile working.
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by:aapi
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by:elfie
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Do you have problems starting up the correct compiler?
in such case you have to define the correct CC macro
e.g CC=/dir/dir/prog
You have to do the same for LD, ...

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by:aapi
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My probles is to compile c++ code using pro*c make file.
How do I tell to my makefile that compile c++ compatible code,
do I have to do own configuration file for pro*c  or something else ? Now my makefile wants to compile only C -code so it does not understand C++ syntax.

There in the pro*c is option CODE= CPP, but where I have to write it that it works ? and do I have to do something else that
I can be sure that the compiled code is C++ compatible.

Example of using gnu g++ and pro*c makefile together is the best what can I get, I think, or some good advices.
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by:elfie
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As far as i can see (not knowing anything about pro*c), it's all related to the default rules in the pro*c makefile.

I suggest you first try compiling on the command line, and then building a makefile which is capable of doing the same.

Check the documentation of pro*c makefile for building rules, and passing arguments to command.

If your makefile doesn't have rules for compiling c++, you have to define a rules such as

.cpp.o: $(CPP) $(CPP_OPTIONS) ...
(sorry don't have documentation on me right now for correct ... syntax)


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braveheart earned 60 total points
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You could always have two separate makefiles - one to generate C from your ESQL using your Pro*C compiler - the other makefile can do the actual link or any other processing. However, it ought to be quite easy to do all the processing in a single file. RTFM?
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