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C++ Environment with C Extension Source Files

Last updated: 2019-10-24
C++ source files that contain a .c extension fail when building a VCAST environment.

The reason for the failure is because by default VectorCAST uses a C compiler to compile source files with a .c extension, regardless of the compiler template selected.

To get around the problem, you will need to select a C++ compiler template and then remove the .c from the C extensions list and add it to the C++ extensions list. This can be done in step 1 of the Create New Environment dialog (Language tab) or in the VectorCAST Options (Tools | Options | C/C++ (tab) | Language (tab)).

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