February 03, 2012linker @ meaning and how to compile static libs
Hi, I am compiling parts of the 7zip SDK (the 7zDec.exe) as a static lib. I am having issues with compile a static lib (from c code, using dmc 8.50) that I can use with D v1.072. The main question is how do I either compile the library with the right version suffix (@12) Or get the linker to use the right version suffix (@8) Generate Lib dmc -o -c ..\src\7zAlloc.c ... xxx.c lib -c 7z.lib bin\7zAlloc.obj ... xxx.obj lib contents: _main7zDec@8 compile and link with .d: xfbuild sevenz.d 7z.lib +o7zDec.exe +D=.deps +O=.objs +full +v +R -release -O -inline -L/M -version=Unicode -version=Tango -L/SUBSYSTEM:console:5 OPTLINK (R) for Win32 Release 8.00.12 Copyright (C) Digital Mars 1989-2010 All rights reserved. http://www.digitalmars.com/ctg/optlink.html .objs\sevenz.obj(sevenz) Error 42: Symbol Undefined _main7zDec@12 --- errorlevel 1 From Kim
February 03, 2012Re: linker @ meaning and how to compile static libs
Posted in reply to Kim
> The main question is how do I either compile the library with the right > version suffix (@12) > Or get the linker to use the right version suffix (@8) That's no version suffix. It's the number of bytes of the arguments IIRC. Windows calling convention.