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Problem Linking DX libraries on C::B

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I'm trying to link DirectX librarys to my C++ Project on Code::Blocks and i'm getting this linking message "undefined reference to `D3DXCreateSprite@8'". The code is a simple fullscreen win32 window with a Direct3D Initialization (Calling Direct3DCreate9 function), the creation of a Device and a call to the "D3DXCreateSprite" function. For this last one i need the "d3dx9.lib" library. I'm linking d3d9.lib and d3dx9.lib to the project, determining the Directx lib/x86 directory on the "Directories->Liker" tab, and entering only "d3d9" and "d3dx9" on the "Linker->Linker Libraries" field. Here goes some screenshots: . . So i decided to dig a little lower, and i found out that when i use "d3d9" on the second screenshot i'm actuly linking to a "libd3d9.a" file that's in the "lib" flder under CodeBlocks root directory. So when, instead of using that simple way, i link givin the full path for "d3d9.lib" file under Directx directory i got 2 messages: "undefined reference to `Direct3DCreate9@4'" and "undefined reference to `D3DXCreateSprite@8'" In my code, i'm using the statements #pragma comment(lib, "d3d9.lib") #pragma comment(lib, "d3dx9.lib") But don't seems to help. To be honest i'm stucked now... Thanks!

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