Re: Cant find .lib files in custom SDK
You can use either Release or Debug configuration, the only
thing is to have the selected configuration built/sysgened
properly with all the required features.
"ahmet" <arge5@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:Okr5r79JGHA.1452@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Hmmm. Yes there is something wrong here. It seems sdk /cpu - configuration is set to "Release" Instead of Debug and
> there is no debug selection is available!
> Is that mean that i should compile the OS project in "release" conf. before i made the SDK build? Or is there still a
> way to build the SDK according to "debug" configuration? if so could you indicate how can i select debug configuration
> in SDK settings?
> "Voidcoder" <voidcoder@xxxxxxxxx>, haber iletisinde sunlari yazdi:%23uI1kx9JGHA.2212@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Huh! Are there any *.lib files in your "SDK_ROOT\Lib"
>> directory? Have a look at CPU tab in your "SDK Settings".
>> Does the selected configuration match your current sysgened
>> "ahmet" <arge5@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:%23HFDAn9JGHA.360@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>> Its not just commctrl.lib problem i will have the similar error for MFC apps like:
>>> LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'coredll.lib'
>>> i think the SDK that i built didnt include some necesseries.(Yes, MFC support s included in my OS). Could it be
>>> related with QFEs? none of them is installed now...
>>> "Voidcoder" <voidcoder@xxxxxxxxx>, haber iletisinde sunlari yazdi:unyRfc9JGHA.720@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>> Is it display based device? Do you have "Common Control"
>>>> feature in your OS design?
>>>> For some reason eVC adds commctrl.lib dependency
>>>> in projects by default even you just create a simple
>>>> non GUI application. Go to Project Settings->
>>>> Link->Object/Library Modules and remove
>>>> commctrl.lib reference.
>>>> "ahmet" <arge5@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:eigCBY9JGHA.1832@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>>> After i built my own SDK and install it the eVC++ gives link error to standart hello world application:
>>>>> LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'commctrl.lib'
>>>>> Did i make something wrong while building SDK? Because there is really no commctrl.lib file in SDK directory. Or
>>>>> should i add the lib files (or directory link) manually to built the project?
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