C++ symbol referencing error

I've been trying to find what the problem is to this following code part. I've written a custom exception class where I have a base class for stack errors, and then some classes deriving from it one of them called stack_full_error. I have some problem compiling it though, I get the following error.

Undefined                       first referenced
 symbol                             in file
stack_error::~stack_error()         /var/tmp//ccFwZ5Kd.o
ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors. No output written to a.out
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

It says something about the destructor, and I have been trying some things to fix it, with no success. Anyway I hope someone can tell me what the problem is.

class stack_error : public exception
   stack_error(string const& m) throw()
      : exception(), msg(m) {};
   virtual ~stack_error() throw() =0;
   virtual const char* what() const throw()
      return msg.c_str();

   string msg;

class stack_full_error : public stack_error
   stack_full_error() throw()
      : stack_error("Exception: stack full") {};
   ~stack_full_error() throw() {};

And here where I call the exception for this first time

template <class T>
void Stack<T>::push(T i)
      throw stack_full_error();

   this->first = new Node<T>(this->first, i);


Pure virtual or not, stack_error must define its destructor because it is implicitly called from stack_full_error destructor. You should add :

stack_error::~stack_error() {}

in an implementation file.

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