Re: Can I Mix static and dynamic in the same project?
I am using Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition. I wrote a
program that is
builds and runs great in DLL Unicode (Debug/Release) mode.
Now I need to use a third party SDK which unfortunately is
provided as a static link library (Release only). I didn't
that .lib file to Linker Input - the header file included
with the SDK
does it using a #pragma comment(lib,) statement.
So, I just introduced into my code the first function
use the library, tried to build and... I get this warning:
warning LNK4217: locally defined symbol
(public: __thiscall CSdkInterface:CSdkInterface(void))
function "public: __thiscall
Probably you forgot to #define something before including
SDK's header so all "__declspec(dllimport)" are still there.
Could you show some part of this header where
`CSdkInterface' class is declared?
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