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c++.wxwindows - Error compiling "controls" sample

reply Alexis Golzman <alexis_golzman yahoo.com.ar> writes:
Hello,

Why do I get these errors?

sc App.cpp -cpp -Ae -mn -o+time -WA -ff -5 -a8 -Nc -c -H -HO- 
-Ip:\wxwindows\include -oApp.obj
Error: p:\wxwindows\include\wx/msw/bitmap.h(86): 'wxBitmap::wxBitmap' is 
already defined
Error: p:\wxwindows\include\wx/msw/icon.h(74): 'wxIcon::wxIcon' is 
already defined
Lines Processed: 26736  Errors: 2  Warnings: 0
Build failed

Thanks in advance,
Alexis.
http://alexisware.com

PS: Sorry if I sent this twice!
Oct 08 2003
parent reply Alexis Golzman <alexis_golzman yahoo.com.ar> writes:
Sorry, This is what I get with the controls sample!

sc controls.cpp -mn -o+time -WA -3 -a8 -c -Ip:\wxwindows\include 
-ocontrols.obj
Error: p:\wxwindows\include\wx/msw/bitmap.h(86): 'wxBitmap::wxBitmap' is 
already defined
Error: p:\wxwindows\include\wx/msw/icon.h(74): 'wxIcon::wxIcon' is 
already defined
Lines Processed: 164806  Errors: 2  Warnings: 0
Build failed

Almost the same I get with my test application.

Thanks...
Alexis.
Oct 08 2003
parent reply chris elliott <biol75 york.ac.uk> writes:
you need to compile it via the makefile, which set all sorts of 
conditonal tests, compiles the code with the required headers 
(precompiled) and links to the wxwindows library

C:\wx\wx24b\samples\controls>make -f makefile.sc
dmc -c -cpp -Ae -Ar -mn -D_WINDOWS -6 -a8 -Nc -c -H -HD..\..\d_mars -HO- 
-DWXMSW
  -D__WIN32__ -D__WIN95__ -D__WXDEBUG__  -I..\..\include -I..\..\lib\_sc 
-I..\..\
contrib\include 
-I..\../src/regex;..\../src/png;..\../src/jpeg;..\../src/zlib;..
\../src/tiff  controls.cpp -ocontrols.obj

rcc -D__NT__ -r -I..\..\include -I..\..\lib\_sc -I..\..\contrib\include 
-I..\../
src/regex;..\../src/png;..\../src/jpeg;..\../src/zlib;..\../src/tiff 
controls.rc


link  /DELEXECUTABLE /RC -L/exet:nt/su:windows controls.obj , 
controls.exe, cont
rols, ..\..\lib\ wx_sc.lib  png_sc tiff_sc jpeg_sc zlib_sc shell32_sc 
wsock32_sc
  winmm32_sc advapi32 comctl32 comdlg32 ctl3d32 gc  gdi32 kernel32 ole32 
oleaut32
  snn user32 uuid


Alexis Golzman wrote:

 Sorry, This is what I get with the controls sample!
 
 sc controls.cpp -mn -o+time -WA -3 -a8 -c -Ip:\wxwindows\include 
 -ocontrols.obj
 Error: p:\wxwindows\include\wx/msw/bitmap.h(86): 'wxBitmap::wxBitmap' is 
 already defined
 Error: p:\wxwindows\include\wx/msw/icon.h(74): 'wxIcon::wxIcon' is 
 already defined
 Lines Processed: 164806  Errors: 2  Warnings: 0
 Build failed
 
 Almost the same I get with my test application.
 
 Thanks...
 Alexis.
 

Oct 09 2003
parent reply Alexis Golzman <alexis_golzman yahoo.com.ar> writes:
chris elliott wrote:

 you need to compile it via the makefile, which set all sorts of 
 conditonal tests, compiles the code with the required headers 
 (precompiled) and links to the wxwindows library
 
 C:\wx\wx24b\samples\controls>make -f makefile.sc

Hmmm... This is the result of using that makefile: P:\wxWindows\samples\controls>p:\dm\bin\make -f makefile.sc FINAL=1 dmc -c -cpp -Ae -Ar -mn -D_WINDOWS -6 -a8 -Nc -c -H -HD..\..\d_mars -HO- -DWXMSW -D__WIN32__ -D__WIN95__ -D__WXDEBUG__ -I..\..\include -I..\..\lib\_sc -I..\..\ contrib\include -I..\../src/regex;..\../src/png;..\../src/jpeg;..\../src/zlib;.. \../src/tiff controls.cpp -ocontrols.obj }; ^ ..\..\include\wx/strconv.h(77) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RT TI const int ID_NOTEBOOK = 1000; ^ controls.cpp(364) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI BEGIN_EVENT_TABLE(MyButton, wxButton) ^ controls.cpp(499) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI BEGIN_EVENT_TABLE(MyComboBox, wxComboBox) ^ controls.cpp(503) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI BEGIN_EVENT_TABLE(MyRadioBox, wxRadioBox) ^ controls.cpp(511) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI Fatal error: too many errors --- errorlevel 1 --- errorlevel 1 Seems I'll stick to mingw32, which does the job. Although really slooooooooooooooooooowly! (ARGH). Thanks anyway, Alexis. PS: That "P:" drive is actually a pointer to the "c:\progtools" folder I created for programming tools that have to be installed on a root directory. I don't think that's the problem anyway...
Oct 09 2003
next sibling parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
"Alexis Golzman" <alexis_golzman yahoo.com.ar> wrote in message
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 chris elliott wrote:

 you need to compile it via the makefile, which set all sorts of
 conditonal tests, compiles the code with the required headers
 (precompiled) and links to the wxwindows library

 C:\wx\wx24b\samples\controls>make -f makefile.sc

Hmmm... This is the result of using that makefile: P:\wxWindows\samples\controls>p:\dm\bin\make -f makefile.sc FINAL=1 dmc -c -cpp -Ae -Ar -mn -D_WINDOWS -6 -a8 -Nc -c -H -HD..\..\d_mars -HO- -DWXMSW -D__WIN32__ -D__WIN95__ -D__WXDEBUG__ -I..\..\include -I..\..\lib\_sc -I..\..\ contrib\include -I..\../src/regex;..\../src/png;..\../src/jpeg;..\../src/zlib;.. \../src/tiff controls.cpp -ocontrols.obj }; ^ ..\..\include\wx/strconv.h(77) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RT TI const int ID_NOTEBOOK = 1000; ^ controls.cpp(364) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI BEGIN_EVENT_TABLE(MyButton, wxButton) ^ controls.cpp(499) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI BEGIN_EVENT_TABLE(MyComboBox, wxComboBox) ^ controls.cpp(503) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI BEGIN_EVENT_TABLE(MyRadioBox, wxRadioBox) ^ controls.cpp(511) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI Fatal error: too many errors --- errorlevel 1 --- errorlevel 1 Seems I'll stick to mingw32, which does the job. Although really slooooooooooooooooooowly! (ARGH).

Why not just add the flag -HItypeinfo.h and try that? Or take off the -Ar switch.
Oct 10 2003
prev sibling next sibling parent Arjan Knepper <arjan ask.me> writes:
Well you must be doing something wrong. It should compile without a 
problem. What version of wxWindows are you using?
What is in your sc.ini file in the DM\bin dir?
What is your environment set to?

Arjan

Alexis Golzman wrote:
 chris elliott wrote:
 
 you need to compile it via the makefile, which set all sorts of 
 conditonal tests, compiles the code with the required headers 
 (precompiled) and links to the wxwindows library

 C:\wx\wx24b\samples\controls>make -f makefile.sc

Hmmm... This is the result of using that makefile: P:\wxWindows\samples\controls>p:\dm\bin\make -f makefile.sc FINAL=1 dmc -c -cpp -Ae -Ar -mn -D_WINDOWS -6 -a8 -Nc -c -H -HD..\..\d_mars -HO- -DWXMSW -D__WIN32__ -D__WIN95__ -D__WXDEBUG__ -I..\..\include -I..\..\lib\_sc -I..\..\ contrib\include -I..\../src/regex;..\../src/png;..\../src/jpeg;..\../src/zlib;.. \../src/tiff controls.cpp -ocontrols.obj }; ^ ..\..\include\wx/strconv.h(77) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RT TI const int ID_NOTEBOOK = 1000; ^ controls.cpp(364) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI BEGIN_EVENT_TABLE(MyButton, wxButton) ^ controls.cpp(499) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI BEGIN_EVENT_TABLE(MyComboBox, wxComboBox) ^ controls.cpp(503) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI BEGIN_EVENT_TABLE(MyRadioBox, wxRadioBox) ^ controls.cpp(511) : Error: #include <typeinfo.h> in order to use RTTI Fatal error: too many errors --- errorlevel 1 --- errorlevel 1 Seems I'll stick to mingw32, which does the job. Although really slooooooooooooooooooowly! (ARGH). Thanks anyway, Alexis. PS: That "P:" drive is actually a pointer to the "c:\progtools" folder I created for programming tools that have to be installed on a root directory. I don't think that's the problem anyway...

Oct 10 2003
prev sibling parent chris elliott <biol75 york.ac.uk> writes:
Alexis Golzman wrote:

 chris elliott wrote:
 
 you need to compile it via the makefile, which set all sorts of 
 conditonal tests, compiles the code with the required headers 
 (precompiled) and links to the wxwindows library

 C:\wx\wx24b\samples\controls>make -f makefile.sc

Hmmm... This is the result of using that makefile: P:\wxWindows\samples\controls>p:\dm\bin\make -f makefile.sc FINAL=1

!if, so passing parameters to wxWindows is likely to have unpredictable results. Your failure to get the right include files suggests this is a possible explanation. Again, as Arjan asked, which version of wxWindows are you using? does make -f makefile.sc work?? chris
Oct 13 2003