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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...must have the flags for RtAudio and RtMidi in there....silly, silly Nick
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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