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Re: Dynamically linked libraries
On Mon, May 23, 2005 at 09:03:40AM -0500, Jeffrey Holle wrote:
>The linker not generating an import library indicates that the DLL module
>doesn't have any exported symbols.
>Is this because you aren't using
>While you don't have to use an import library (static linking to the
>module), I believe one needs to be generated before you can hope to use
>the module by dynamically linking to it at runtime.
The DLL itself can be used in place of an import library in many cases. That's
why I suggested this. This has nothing to do with static linking.
>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>On Sun, May 22, 2005 at 07:45:08PM -0700, Matthew Vanderschaaf wrote:
>>>I'm in Windows trying to use a DLL with a program. I don't have an
>>>import library, and I can't find any information on how to use it
>>>without one. Any information that you may provide on this will help.
>>Just include the full path to the DLL on the link command line.