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#ActualKarsten_

Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:46 PM

These errors look like the .lib files dont contain all the required symbols (but do contain some) so I assume the rest are found in the .dll file.

So, if I recall from my experience with wxWidgets, you need to define "WXUSINGLDLL".

The setup.h *should* contain this, but unfortunately is quite fiddly on Windows using Visual C++ for some reason and doesn't always seem to be correct by default (especially with the recent binaries).

So basically add /D"WXUSINGDLL" to the command line flags (or in the IDE settings) and rebuild your project.

#3Karsten_

Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:43 PM

These errors look like the .lib files dont contain all the required symbols (but do contain some) so I assume the rest are found in the .dll file.

So, if I recall from my experience with wxWidgets, you need to define "WXUSINGLDLL" and rebuild everything.

The setup.h *should* contain this, but unfortunately is quite fiddly on Windows using Visual C++ for some reason and doesn't always seem to be correct by default (especially with the recent binaries).

So basically add /D"WXUSINGDLL" to the command line flags (or in the IDE settings).

#2Karsten_

Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:42 PM

These errors look like the .lib files dont contain all the required symbols (but do contain some).

Soo, if I recall from my experience with wxWidgets, you need to define "WXUSINGLDLL".

The setup.h *should* contain this, but unfortunately is quite fiddly on Windows using Visual C++ for some reason and doesn't always seem to be correct by default (especially with the recent binaries.

So basically add /D"WXUSINGDLL" to the command line flags (or in the IDE settings).

#1Karsten_

Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:40 PM

These errors look like the .lib files dont contain all the required symbols (but do contain some).

 

Soo, if I recall from my experience with wxWidgets, you need to define "WXUSINGLDLL".

 

The setup.h *should* contain this, but unfortunately is quite fiddly on Windows using Visual C++ for some reason.

 

So basically add "/D:WXUSINGDLL" to the command line flags.


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