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Added ccFPSImages entity as linked resource #3035

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commented Jun 30, 2013

In eclipse, when HelloCpp or another project trying to compile you get:

../../../../../cocos2dx/proj.linux/Debug64/libcocos2d.so: undefined reference to cc_fps_images_len' ../../../../../cocos2dx/proj.linux/Debug64/libcocos2d.so: undefined reference tocc_fps_images_png'

I think that is the correct solution, because both files are added in the makefile and because of this compiling by console works perfectly.

Thanks and greetings!

minggo added a commit that referenced this pull request Jul 1, 2013

Merge pull request #3035 from Squallium/develop
Added ccFPSImages entity as linked resource

@minggo minggo merged commit 810eb5a into cocos2d:develop Jul 1, 2013

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angeltown pushed a commit to angeltown/cocos2d-x that referenced this pull request Apr 28, 2014

Merge pull request cocos2d#3035 from Squallium/develop
Added ccFPSImages entity as linked resource

angeltown pushed a commit to angeltown/cocos2d-x that referenced this pull request Apr 29, 2014

Merge pull request cocos2d#3035 from Squallium/develop
Added ccFPSImages entity as linked resource

angeltown pushed a commit to angeltown/cocos2d-x that referenced this pull request Apr 30, 2014

Merge pull request cocos2d#3035 from Squallium/develop
Added ccFPSImages entity as linked resource

angeltown pushed a commit to angeltown/cocos2d-x that referenced this pull request Apr 30, 2014

Merge pull request cocos2d#3035 from Squallium/develop
Added ccFPSImages entity as linked resource
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