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Yes I did. And yes I looked at the options available but all I found was -L to set the library directory. Doing this still gives me linker error. So that cant be it.
I used #pragma comment(lib, "blah.lib")
in the code but it didnt help. Maybe that command isnt understood by borland?

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It's been a while since I've done it manually, but can't you just list the filename (with the .lib extension of course) alongside your source files in the command line? Oh, and that pragma directive will most definitely work.

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