Re: RE : VC++6.0 and 7.0 are not supported anymore from ROOT4-04-2 or newer

From: cstrato <>
Date: Sat, 14 May 2005 17:10:15 +0200

Dear Fons

Even the tutorials don't run on my Mac. Although both libMLP.dylib and are there, loading the lib gives: root [0] gSystem->Load("")
dlopen error: dlcompat: dyld: /Users/cs/ROOT/root/bin/root.exe Undefined symbols:
/Users/cs/ROOT/root/lib/ undefined reference to __ZN12TTreeFormulaC1EPKcS1_P5TTree expected to be defined in a dynamic image /Users/cs/ROOT/root/lib/libMLP
Load Error: Failed to load Dynamic link library /Users/cs/ROOT/root/lib/
*** Interpreter error recovered ***
root [1]

It is not easy to demonstrate this since pretty complex GUIs do run with CINT. However, when I want to use predefined widgets from my own library, CINT is no longer able to use these widgets, although it was possible in root 3.xx.

Best regards

Fons Rademakers wrote:
> Hi Christian,
> cstrato wrote:

>> Subset of C++:
>> Maybe, I should restate this as follows: It would be great if
>> the ROOT source code could be compiled on most modern platforms
>> (which is still the case), and more importantly, if all ROOT
>> classes could be used in CINT.
>> In the past I have often mentioned that I consider ROOT/CINT an
>> ingenious combination. The possibility to write macros, test my
>> code interactively, and compile it on the fly, has changed the
>> way I am developing programs. Sorrowly, since some time I am no
>> longer able to test my GUI code using CINT, I have to compile it
>> with ACLiC in order to run it as macro. Furthermore, I am not
>> able to use some classes on the Mac, such as the TMLP classes.

> What is the problem with the GUI in the interpreter? And what is the
> problem with TMLP on MacOS X?
> Cheers, Fons.
Received on Sat May 14 2005 - 17:09:52 MEST

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