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ewcoast
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Compiling error: undefined reference to

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Hi, I am a new user. I just downloaded SMILE and the license and I am trying to start with the Hello.cpp example.

Since I don’t have Linux in my computer and am using Cygwin instead. After unzipping the files, I navigated to the folder where the files are located. I also copied the license files, the hello.cpp and the VentureBN.xdsl into that folder.

Unfortunately, I got several errors when trying to execute the script (Please see the screenshot attached). I have done some research and it might the a linking-related error. However, I am not an expert in g++ so I cant really look deeper into that. Please, could you provide some guidance to resolve the problem and help to figure out this issue?

Many thanks!
Juan
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shooltz[BayesFusion]
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Re: Compiling error: undefined reference to

Post by shooltz[BayesFusion] »

We currently do not provide SMILE binaries for Cygwin. If you're on Windows 10 and want to use gcc, consider Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)

Alternatively, you can use a free community edition of Microsoft's Visual C++.
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