__m128 g++ error

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    onorinbejasus New Member

    Sep 4, 2010
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    I am porting software from a VS compiled program to my Mac. In this code, __m128's are used ALOT. An example of this error would be:

    Projector.cpp:1014: error: request for member ‘m128_f32’ in ‘v4Max.Vector4::fVector[2]’, which is of non-class type ‘float __vector__’

    I have included both xmmintrin.h and emmintrin.h, but the same error occurs. Is __m128 native to only windows, and if so, is there a solution for Macs?

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