Hi Gary,Originally posted in cdnusers.org by TB
thanks for your reply. I solved the problem. It was a very stupid error of me ;-) and had, in my case, nothing to do with different compilers.
I implement the example from the notebook and started the 4Bit-counter example with the command that was written in the example: "ncsc_run test.cpp -top test". I thought the program compiles now the test.cpp file and all other files which were included (display.cpp, counter.cpp). But it wasn't so. I had to change the command to: "ncsc_run test.cpp display.cpp counter.cpp -top test". After this all files were compiled seperatly.
Now the compiler showed me a little syntax error in the display.ccp. I think this error was the reason for the SCILDD error because the programm was not able to compile all files. But the program did not tell me this compilation error in the first case were I only started ncsc_run with the test.cpp.