#2 Decoder.cpp can not compile on GCC

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opened 3 years ago by scuti · 2 comments
scuti commented 3 years ago

As a standalone component.

If it doesn’t compile by itself because of paperbak.h, a new file Decoder.h can be made instead.

As a standalone component. If it doesn't compile by itself because of paperbak.h, a new file Decoder.h can be made instead.
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scuti changed title from Verify that Decoder.cpp compiles on GCC to Decoder.cpp can not compile on GCC 3 years ago
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scuti commented 3 years ago
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Does not compile largely because of Windows-specific memory allocation functions.

Does not compile largely because of Windows-specific memory allocation functions.
scuti commented 3 years ago
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https://git.teknik.io/scuti/paperback-cli/commit/24eca5917e79949af90febd74dab30d19665eac4
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