[Bug 888495] Re: Can't compile C++ code: "undefined reference to:"

conrad_s 888495 at bugs.launchpad.net
Tue Jan 3 08:54:29 UTC 2012

There is no associated build log, as prior to version 2.4.x, Armadillo
was a pure C++ template library.  The examples provided in the archive
are not built by default, hence it is impossible to detect the problem
at build time.

In versions prior to 2.4.x, Armadillo relied on a linking trick that no
longer works due to the toolchain update.  In version 2.4.x, this trick
is no longer used.

The associated Armadillo packages in Debian have been fixed and are in
the "testing" stream.

Specifically, the fix is in:
"libarmadillo-dev (1:2.4.2+dfsg-2)"
"libarmadillo2 (1:2.4.2+dfsg-2)"


As such, the armadillo package can now be updated in Ubuntu.

** Changed in: armadillo (Ubuntu)
       Status: Incomplete => Confirmed

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