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hi all,

i'm getting an error:

  gcc -o ohs `gtk-config --libs` -lncurses -lcdk -L/usr/local/lib callback.o
  main.o content.o pfunctions.o GTKmain.o NCURSESmain.o
  NCURSESmain.o: In function `NCURSESmain':
  NCURSESmain.o(.text+0x37): undefined reference to `initCDKScreen'
  NCURSESmain.o(.text+0x44): undefined reference to `initCDKColor'
  NCURSESmain.o(.text+0x118): undefined reference to `newCDKLabel'
  NCURSESmain.o(.text+0x147): undefined reference to `newCDKMenu'
  NCURSESmain.o(.text+0x164): undefined reference to `setCDKMenuPostProcess'
  ...

i verified that the *CDK* functions are stored in /usr/local/lib/libcdk.a.

however, if the compiler couldn't find libcdk.a from the "-Lcdk" directive,
it should've complained.

here's the wierd part.  i renamed NCURSESmain.c (to blah.c) and gave it a
main() function.  this worked:

  p@satan% gcc -c blah.c -I/usr/local/include/cdk
  p@satan% gcc blah.o -lncurses -lcdk
  p@satan%

links fine when it's a standalone file.  gives undef references when i use it
with other files (i take this to mean that gcc automatically searches in
/usr/local/lib for .a files).

help?

thanks!
pete

ps- cdk provides a set of widgets using the ncurses library.

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