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Post is unread #1 Apr 22, 2014, 7:44 am
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mystickdreamer
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I'm trying to update my mud_prog.c file and I'm getting a few errors.

mud_prog.c:331: undefined reference to `format'
mud_prog.c:331: undefined reference to `mudstrlcat'
mud_prog.c:333: undefined reference to `format'
/mud_prog.c:333: undefined reference to `mudstrlcat'
/mud_prog.c:337: undefined reference to `format'
/mud_prog.c:339: undefined reference to `format'
/mud_prog.c:342: undefined reference to `mudstrlcat'
mud_prog.c:346: undefined reference to `format'
mud_prog.c:346: undefined reference to `mudstrlcat'



I understand that this means format and mudstrlcat are not defined

I've been looking through 6dragons and I can't seem to find where it is defined as a reference

anybody mind pointing me in the right direction?
       
Post is unread #2 Apr 22, 2014, 8:12 am
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Quixadhal
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grep is your friend. If you have ctags installed, it makes it even easier, since smart editors (like vim) allow you to jump directly to a function's definition if a tag entry exists for it.

If you copied code from elsewhere, you probably didn't copy the functions format and mudstrlcat. If this "6dragons" thing was based on a late enough SmaugFUSS, they'd be defined in there somewhere.
       
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