In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,
It might be a problem with the order of the link order, if you are using
CW 8.3 are you using the linker based on Apple's Mach-O or ours. Both
should accept GCC libraries and most name mangling is the same but our
version based on Apples should be exactly the same. However that is a
one pass linker and if the link order isn't right you can get undefined
I had tried previously to create the
That kind of means it is incorrect code :) Seriously unless you have
the latest version of Visual Studio (which is very good for compliance)
the older version was very bad and violated a lot of the standards in
order to support legacy code.
We cannot afford at this time to switch to CW 9.
If you can't switch to 9 and are using our linker try the one based on
Apple's linker and play with the link order a bit.
(be sure to use the .a libraries)
Metrowerks, maker of CodeWarrior - "Software Starts Here"
Ron Liechty - XXXX@XXXXX.COM - < http://www.yqcomputer.com/