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Old 2006-02-28, 21:21   #1
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Default error compiling ecmnet 2.7.1

I get the following error when i type 'make'

Code:
 peterzal@peterzal:~/ecmnet/source$ make
g++ -c -g -Wall -O  Candidate.cpp
Candidate.cpp: In member function ‘void Candidate::BuildHTMLTable(Socket*)’:
Candidate.cpp:1469: error: ‘SplitAcrossLines’ was not declared in this scope
Candidate.cpp: At global scope:
Candidate.cpp:1547: error: no ‘char* Candidate::SplitAcrossLines(char*)’ member function declared in class ‘Candidate’
make: *** [Candidate.o] Error 1
How can I fix this error ?
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Old 2006-02-28, 21:43   #2
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nevermind, even with this error the ecmclient executable is created and appears to be working correctly.
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Old 2006-03-01, 01:17   #3
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That is a server feature, but it also indicates a small issue. The prototype for the function needs to be declared in the source. It is in my sources, but not the sources that I used to build the zip file.
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