I have a project which uses Pixie's RIB client library.
It compiles, link and runs fine on OS X.
When I compile and link on Windows, I get missing symbol for tokens like RI_Z etc..
Most of the string token seems to be missing.
Is there a special define I have to use to get the exported symbols like RI_Z?
do you use VS2005 for compiling under Windows? The symbols is normaly exported when you build the lib with the project file. Though, you use the define preprocessor #define RENDERER for exporting the symbols and RI functions.
I think under WIN32, that RENDERER should only be defined for the innards of the Pixie build. If RENDERER isn't defined (and WIN32 is defined), the symbols will be _declspec(import) in the header, which should cause them to be pulled into your build.
I'm not a Win32 exper though.
Hope that helps
Yup, you are right. WIN32 needs to be defined explicitly.
Under windows, it seems that _WIN32 is defined but not WIN32, probably depends on which header files from Microsoft you have included. I don't think there is a standard but _WIN32 seems to be what Microsoft use.
Now, with WIN32 defined but not RENDERER, almost all my linking error has gone away except the following
I have recompile everything with Pixie 2.1.1 on Windows.
Those symbols are still missing.
I am using VS2003. My Python libraries are compiled with VS2003 so I need to use the same compilers.
I have RENDERER defined.
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