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RE: Urgent !!! Reg Linking sybase DLL in cygwin..
- From: "Mani kandan" <kvmani76 at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 27 May 2008 18:50:07 +0530
- Subject: RE: Urgent !!! Reg Linking sybase DLL in cygwin..
I keep forgetting it can do that these days :(
> The only real reason you need an import library is if
> you're doing things like adding aliases for symbol names, or you need to
> remove stdcall name decorations. (Or if you need the name indirection
> that an import library provides, e.g. being able to have -lfoo refer to
> libfoo.dll.a which refers to cygfoo-12.dll.) But if you simply want to
> link against a DLL you can do so directly without any of the mess of
> pexports or def files or import libs or whatnot.
Perhaps it's time that OP explain exactly /what/ the problem is; I did
assume that a straightforward "-lfoo" must already have not worked in some
Yes, I am not able to link directly sybase .dll in g++ compiler in cygwin.
I have created .def file with help of dumpbin command. I have
modified the .def file.
My .def file will be
With help of dlltool command i have created .a file also. Now i can
able to link and
i got the EXE also. But while running the exe, i got the error message
_cygtls::handle_exceptions: Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION
I want to clarify the following things
(i) Can i use dumpbin to get the .def file?
(ii) Why the exception thrown ?
But when i run the same sample code arith.cpp in windows
environment, i am getting the result.
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