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How to solve the problem : undefined refrence to 'db_create'?

Posted on 2011-03-21
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Dear,
I am using kdevelop kit to debug a simple project.

The project has <db.h> berkeley DB header. When I tried to build the project, an erro showing that an "undefined refrenec to db_create"...

How do i fix such a problem and continue debug?

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You need to link to whatever library contains the runtime for that function. In this case it looks like you're using Berkley DB so it'll be something like db_cxx or db_c.
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link against libdb.a
i.e. add -ldb to your linker commandline
or, if you prefer do it in your IDE, go to your project settings, you should find something like "libraries" or "dependencies" and add the required library
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