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linking against dlls
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Subject: linking against dlls
- From: "bumps man" <bumps at linuxmail dot org>
- Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2001 21:55:22 +0800
I apologize if this problem is covered in the documentation. I
haven't been able to find an answer, in docs or in newsgroups.
The "Linking Against DLLs" section of the user manual describes a
method which "will only work if the DLL is not stripped. Otherwise you
will get an error message: 'No symbols in foo.dll'"
I wish to link to a DLL which is apparently stripped, since I recieve
this error message.
The documentation does not say whether this is possible or not; maybe
the implication is that it is not possible, I don't know.
Since Visual C++ is able to link against a stripped DLL, my second
more general question is whether cygwin/gcc can
do everything MSVC++ can do.
Thanks in advance.
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