|Bill Allombert on Sun, 01 Mar 2009 14:47:17 +0100|
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|Re: level0.h missing|
On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 06:33:42PM -0500, Adam Sikora wrote: > >> Do you have any suggestion how to resolve that error? > >> Is there anybody who was able to use pari library with C++ under Windows XP? > > > > What is the error exactly ? > > > > The problem with src/kernel/ix86/level0.h is already fixed in the SVN > > repository for both branchs. > > I am trying to use PARI library in C++ program under Win XP. I am afraid I ma not going to be of much help since I never used Win XP, but I think you should have much success by using g++ under cygwin than with any other combination under XP. How did you install PARI/GP ? > I placed #include <pari.h> in the code and got a compiler error: > "../src/kernel/ix86/level0.h: No such file or directory." Programs should not use #include <pari.h>, but #include <pari/pari.h>, and PARI headers should be installed in a pari subdirectory (e.g. /usr/include/pari under UNIX) > The directory "../src/kernel/ix86/" is listed among "include > directories" for the compiler. This should not be: src/kernel/ix86/ is part of the source, and not of the installed header file. The content of the file src/kernel/ix86/asm0.h a.k.a. src/kernel/ix86/level0.h is included in the automatically generated header file pari/pariinl.h. Cheers, Bill.