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I use the Borland command-line compiler, and I want to compile lesson38''s screen saver code. Here''s the problem though, I don''t have SCRNSAVE.LIB . I''ve found the Microsoft library, but it won''t work with my linker. Does anyone have the code that''s actually in the library or a library that will work with my compiler? _____________________________ And the Phoenix shall rise from the ashes... --Thunder_Hawk -- ¦þ ______________________________

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hehe, this is why i use VC++. Well....did you put the library in the right place? I remember doing somthin similar with a header. Or do like what glut does, , thats because glu is in the folder gl, well you proably know that.

Anyways, there must be a way to add it. I guess im not really a help.

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Does anyone have any suggestions? I''m sure there''s a solution, but I don''t know what to do. By the way, I did google, finding lots of Chinese/Japanese articles that are of no use to me. Thanks in advance.

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--Thunder_Hawk -- ¦þ
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I''ve tried that already, but I can''t figure out the syntax for a static lib... I tried:

implib new.lib scrnsave.lib

and got:

Error scrnsave.lib: unknown file type

And that''s with use of the help file (it may as well be written on gibberish when it comes to this subject). Any ideas?

_____________________________

And the Phoenix shall rise from the ashes...

--Thunder_Hawk -- ¦þ
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I''ve tried that already, but I can''t figure out the syntax for a static lib... I tried:

implib new.lib scrnsave.lib

and got:

Error scrnsave.lib: unknown file type

And that''s with use of the help file (it may as well be written on gibberish when it comes to this subject). Any ideas?

_____________________________

And the Phoenix shall rise from the ashes...

--Thunder_Hawk -- ¦þ
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