When compiling a C-program, using GLUT, I get errors like "undefined reference to ‘_imp__glClearColor’ and so on. My command is “gcc -o test1.exe -L"C:\Dev-Cpp\bin” -lglu32 -lglut32 -lopengl32 test1.c
I’ve placed the GLUT .h-File in the include\GL-directory, the GLUT .dll in Windows\System and the GLUT .lib-file in \lib.
Maybe some parameter is missing in the compile-statement, but I don’t know which one.
Thanks a lot in advance.
Well, maybe I should give some more details:
“glut32.dll” is in the directory c:\Windows\System32 and in c:\Dev-Cpp\bin.
“glut.h” is in c:\Dev-Cpp\include\GL.
“glut32.lib” is in c:\Dev-Cpp\lib.
In my .c-File I just say “#include <GL/glut.h>” - however, in the c-File there shouldn’t be any errors.
When using the compile-statement mentioned above, I get the “undefined reference imp_*”-errors (without saying “-L"C:\Dev-Cpp\bin” -lglu32, -lglut32 and -lopengl32" I get far more undefined references, which is pretty clear )
It would be really great if someone could help me out here, because I’m quite stuck.
I had the same problem with glut when I was using gcc. I don’t remember the whole solution because it’s a few of years, but it was somehow caused also by glut version. Try to google it.
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