I have a simple question.
For people that know and built ogre3D from source as a Static library, what is the order of which the libraries should be linked?
The libraries I need to be organized are:
The reason I'm asking is because in the Ogre forums, I have asked about this and didn't get a good reply... yet.
The other reason is because even though I link to the boost library, I get this error:
undefined reference to '_imp___ZN5boost6thread20hardware_concurrencyEv'
My compiler is MinGW with CodeBlocks as the IDE.
And my main computer I'm building on is Windows Vista 32 bit.
I didn't know that there were link order dependencies in Ogre's basic SDK build, I certainly never had to rearrange anything on the Windows platform. Are you sure that you're using the right version of Boost?
Another thought, if you're using plugins it's possible that one of them is out of date and needs updating to a matching Boost with a recompile.
Try the compiler option -DBOOST_THREAD_USE_LIB
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