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Jitter library error

April 11, 2013 | 9:41 am

Hi guys :D

I am facing trouble with these errors in my programm..I think that they have to do with jitter libraries but i m not sure.Any idea??

Description Resource Path Location
Symbol ‘mode’ could not be resolved max.jit.iter.c /My_Proj2 line 47
Symbol ‘JIT_ATTR_SET_USURP_LOW’ could not be resolved max.jit.iter.c /My_Proj2 line 44
Symbol ‘JIT_ATTR_GET_DEFER_LOW’ could not be resolved max.jit.iter.c /My_Proj2 line 44
Symbol ‘obex’ could not be resolved max.jit.iter.c /My_Proj2 line 39
Symbol ‘JIT_MATRIX_MAX_DIMCOUNT’ could not be resolved max.jit.iter.c /My_Proj2 line 70
Symbol ‘A_CANT’ could not be resolved max.jit.iter.c /My_Proj2 line 56
Symbol ‘JIT_MATRIX_MAX_PLANECOUNT’ could not be resolved max.jit.iter.c /My_Proj2 line 109
Symbol ‘A_GIMME’ could not be resolved max.jit.iter.c /My_Proj2 line 42
Symbol ‘A_GIMME’ could not be resolved max.jit.iter.c /My_Proj2 line 37
Symbol ‘JIT_MATRIX_MAX_DIMCOUNT’ could not be resolved max.jit.iter.c /My_Proj2 line 66
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_char’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_err_calculate’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_lock’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_long’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_lock’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_class_jit_matrix’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_symbol’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_symbol’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_lock’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_err_calculate’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_getdata’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_getinfo’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_long’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_float64′
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_float32′
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_float64′
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_float32′
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_char’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_list’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_char’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_jit_attr_offset’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_symbol’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_symbol’
undefined reference to `__imp___jit_sym_long’


April 11, 2013 | 10:48 am

I wanna add that i m working with eclipse and not with XCode :)


April 11, 2013 | 2:53 pm

i have used SDK 6.1.1 but also SDK 5.0.7 and i have Windows 7 and eclipse…
Basically i dont understand what is Xcode (If i m sure its something like eclipse) and how to use it…
Could you indicate the certain steps of importing one of the SDK Jitter examples so it can be compileable in eclipse (without errors)??


April 16, 2013 | 1:36 am

Just in case as above I see some ambiguity.
XCode is Mac OSx only. There is no XCode for Windows. Nothing about XCode applies to Windows. They are mutually exclusive.

Cycling74 has tested compiling their SDK w/ Visual Studio and with Cgywin. Both of those two methods are described in the SDK pdf file in section 2.4. Using a workspace/compiler (e.g. eclipse) outside those two does introduce significant challenges for you if you are not deeply familiar with compilers, commandline options for compilers, linking with such compilers, etc.

If you have such advanced experience, I suspect that you can resolve these problems yourself. If you don’t have that experience, I recommend you use one of the two options Cycling74 has tested. If you continue to want to use Eclipse, then I wish you the best of luck and if you are successful, please share your success and methods here so that other Eclipse people may benefit from it.


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