Dear MinGW people,
I have a proprietary MSVC C++ object which I would like to
link with my application (MinGW). As I understand it, this
is not possible with C++.
As the functions provided by that object file are relatively
simple, I wrote a C wrapper for the object in MSVC. These
two objects are bundled in a new static library lib which
exports the c wrapper functions.
Now I would like to link my gcc programs with this library.
This works fine, but two undefined references appear: one
to _chkstk and one to _except_list.
For _chkstk, I found an object file in MSVC, when I link
with it, the undefined reference disappears.
The other remains. My questions: Does anyone know what
_except_list does? What it is good for? Where can I get it?
BTW: linking with msvcrt.lib with this command
gcc tvtest.c vic.lib c:\devstudio\vc\lib\msvcrt.lib
works fine, but produces a segmentation fault when
the program is started.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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