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From: Eric Leblond <regit@in...> - 2005-03-24 20:03:39
I'm trying to compile and use the gina dll found at :
I succeeded after some works to have a makefile that cleanly compile it,
but, when I install it on my computer, windows told me it can not be
loaded. It looks like a problem with linking but I did not manage to
find a solution.
Any idea will be welcome !
Eric Leblond <regit@...>
From: Luke Dunstan <coder_infidel@ho...> - 2005-03-25 05:51:38
----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Leblond" <regit@...>
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2005 4:03 AM
Subject: [Mingw-users] Can't run a mingw compiled GINA dll example
> I'm trying to compile and use the gina dll found at :
> I succeeded after some works to have a makefile that cleanly compile it,
> but, when I install it on my computer, windows told me it can not be
> loaded. It looks like a problem with linking but I did not manage to
> find a solution.
> Any idea will be welcome !
> Eric Leblond <regit@...>
What is the output of "pexports xgina.dll" (or whatever it is called)? If
you don't have pexports then download the mingw-utils package or use
If the output shows WlxNegotiate@..., etc. instead of just WlxNegotiate then
that is probably the problem. See this site for hints:
The first thing to try is adding "-Wl,--kill-at" to your link command line,
assuming you are using the recommended "gcc -shared" (not the deprecated