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Anyone get an error similar to this when compiling RtAudio with RtMidi?  I searched through the code and couldn't even find an variable vtable...
Anyone get an error similar to this when compiling RtAudio with RtMidi?  I searched through the code and couldn't even find an variable vtable...
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You didn't setup the flags correctly in the makefile...I can't believe how stupid you are...
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You didn't setup the flags correctly in the makefile...must have the flags for RtAudio and RtMidi in there....silly, silly Nick
-Nick
-Nick

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Anyone get an error similar to this when compiling RtAudio with RtMidi? I searched through the code and couldn't even find an variable vtable... I have not idea. Maybe the way my make file is done? I'm just #include-ing not even, calling the function...:(


/home/njb/mus256/hw2/partII/RtMidi.cpp:72: undefined reference to `vtable for RtMidiIn'

/home/njb/mus256/hw2/partII/RtMidi.cpp:74: undefined reference to `RtMidiIn::initialize()'

/home/njb/mus256/hw2/partII/RtMidi.cpp:72: undefined reference to `vtable for RtMidiIn'

/home/njb/mus256/hw2/partII/RtMidi.cpp:74: undefined reference to `RtMidiIn::initialize()'

RtMidi.o: In function `RtMidiOut':

/home/njb/mus256/hw2/partII/RtMidi.cpp:147: undefined reference to `vtable for RtMidiOut'

/home/njb/mus256/hw2/partII/RtMidi.cpp:149: undefined reference to `RtMidiOut::initialize()'

/home/njb/mus256/hw2/partII/RtMidi.cpp:147: undefined reference to `vtable for RtMidiOut'

/home/njb/mus256/hw2/partII/RtMidi.cpp:149: undefined reference to `RtMidiOut::initialize()'

-Nick

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You didn't setup the flags correctly in the makefile...must have the flags for RtAudio and RtMidi in there....silly, silly Nick

-Nick

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