Thread: linking to my own DLL

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    My work here is done. *puts on bright orange hat with a neon pink feather*

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    So that means you hadn't specified the directory you moved it to with -L, the "this is where the libraries live" switch (I would guess).

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    Well by now surely you have come to realize when I say things like check your lib path and recompile it is interpreted as "move your DLL to a different directory." Its part of the fun of the forum I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by master5001 View Post
    Well by now surely you have come to realize when I say things like check your lib path and recompile it is interpreted as "move your DLL to a different directory." Its part of the fun of the forum I guess.
    Don't knock it -- it worked.

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    Perhaps. But sometimes its good to get in the habit of being organized.

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