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Section - -28- Why do I get errors compiling the Inventor sample programs?

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Date: 06 May 1995 00:00:01 EST

  Inventor 1.0.1 requires C++ version 2.*. If you have C++ version 3.*
  installed on your system, you must specify the -v2 flag to compile
  Inventor programs. If you are using the Makefiles distributed with
  Inventor, you should change the line that looks like:

    LC++OPTS = +p -Wf,-XNp10000

  to:

    LC++OPTS = -v2 +p -Wf,-XNp10000

  Inventor 1.1.2 and Inventor 2.0 work with C++ 3.*; you must remove
  the -v2 flag from your Makefiles when you upgrade to those versions
  of Inventor.

  If you receive this error when compiling:

    "/usr/include/X11/X.h", line 44: error:
        Cursor declared as unsigned short [16] and  XID

  You should rearrange the order in which you #include your files so
  that the Xt files are included before any file that references the
  IRIS GL include file. For example, be sure to #include
  <Inventor/SoXt.h> before <Inventor/nodes/SoTexture2.h>.

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