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- Subject: Re: Problems with MinGW v3.4.5 on WinXP SP2 when luaL_checkxxx() fails
- From: "RJP Computing" <rjpcomputing@...>
- Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2007 22:12:56 -0400
On 7/31/07, Mike Pall <email@example.com> wrote:
Since you've already installed MinGW, you're much better off
compiling Lua yourself. A "make mingw" takes a few seconds.
Yes I already tried this. It didn't help. :( I was simplifying the example so people could build it easier.
Try the standard compile first. If this doesn't work then try
adding -fexceptions. Or try compiling Lua with the C++ compiler.
How do I compile Lua with the C++ compiler. I include a lua.hpp that extern C's the files, so I think I already am. I will try adding the -fexceptions flag tomorrow.
Or compile your C++ code without exception handling. :-)
I can't do this. My entire re-use library uses exception.
Some permutation of this will make it work. That is ... until
someone strips the binaries or ... anyway, excuse my rant.
Well that is OK, I just need this to work. It is crazy that all my other code works fine, but all of it has been C++ code, not C.