Re: g++ can't build "Hello World" programm
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On Thu, Oct 19, 2017 at 01:04:05AM +0600, Evgeny wrote:
> Thanks all for answers, libc6-dev was installed. And more intresting, any
> "bits/locale.h" among indlude files that you listed have already existed in
> my system. but g++ continue give me error message that there is no such
> file or directory
> even if I use -I/usr/include/x86_64-linux-gnu/ flag or add directory in
> cmake include directories
> What can it be?
Strange. I'd try to eliminate actors one by one. What happens if you bypass
cmake and call g++ directly?
Another approach is to call g++ under strace and see what files it tries
to open (caution: this will produce copious output: use the -o option
to let strace write to a file, and the -f option to follow the process
forks, I'd expect g++ to spawn quite a few subprocesses).
Or just re-install g++ and all the "interesting" libs: likely there's
something broken in your setup.
Are you sure you're calling the g++ you think you are calling?
- -- tomás
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