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Hi,

Im new to C++ and im trying to write a Windows GUI program.

At the moment i have a class the uses libxml (from linux) windows port
to parse an xml file however when i link the source into my other
source files, the linker fails with unresolved symbol errors.

What's interesting is how the only unresolved symbols are function
calls, not variable types.

Can anyone diagnose the problem, write back if more info is needed.

Im using mingw on windows 2000.

Many thanks,
Brilte

Jul 23 '05 #1
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si***********@g mail.com wrote:
Im new to C++ and im trying to write a Windows GUI program.
.... which is impossible using C++ means alone...
At the moment i have a class the uses libxml (from linux) windows port
to parse an xml file however when i link the source into my other
source files, the linker fails with unresolved symbol errors.
Link errors are often off-topic here since they are usually caused by some
mistake made while setting up your project. And projects have nothing to
do with C++ _language_.
What's interesting is how the only unresolved symbols are function
calls, not variable types.
Types are not symbols. They exist only during compile-time.
Can anyone diagnose the problem, write back if more info is needed.
Please post to the right newsgroup.

I recommend comp.os.ms-windows.program mer.win32, but others may have more
suggestions, so check back soon.
Im using mingw on windows 2000.


That is why I recommend the Windows programming newsgroup.

V
Jul 23 '05 #2

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