Re: trying to build a DLL on Windows 7 gcc using 3rd party libraries
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>> NO, using dll's does not work - see below. Using lib files comes closest but the two routines that I am seeking to link to are not being found (I know they are there, one in each .lib). >> ,,, >isc_decode_date seems to be using stdcall. tried both stdcall and cdecl - both fail. >I wonder if ib_util_malloc is really ib_util_malloc or mangled _ib_util_malloc that is possible and I could try that >Have you looked at the exports of those libraries? >You could use pexports or dumpbin by Microsoft. thanks, I will try those a little later today >Are those libraries available somewhere so that we can test with them? The libraries and include files defining the failing routines are part of the FREE Firebird 2.5 distribution. I have built a minimal version of my code which calls the two routines needed in the libraries, included a builddll.bat file which is how I TRY to build this; included the two firebird include files AND the two firebird libaries they point at. They are all attached for your viewing. I will continue trying the two microsoft programs you suggested (if I have them, or try to download). If you have these tools and can easily see some trivial changes to the "EXPORT" pre-compiler macro that I use, I would be eternally grateful.
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