From: Claudio Landi <oclandi@ho...> - 2003-04-02 10:44:43
THanks alot, it works! switching to multithread dll debug is the right
solution for vc.net too.
>From: "Markus Meyer" <meyer@...>
>To: "'Claudio Landi'"
>Subject: RE: [Vxl-users] visual studio .net build issues
>Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2003 12:23:50 +0100
> > with vnl.lib I get a load of linking errors.
> > The linker says that a lot of symbols are already defined in
> > libcd.lib or
> > even in the project main object file.
> > Any idea is welcome.
>I only have MSVC++6.0, but it should be similar on .NET. Go to
>Project/Settings, then choose the C/C++ tab, and as Category choose
>"Code generation". Look at the entry "Runtime Library". You can choose
>among some different options here, but for all projects you link
>together this should be set to the same setting. I recommend using
>"MultiThread DLL" (for release builds) and "MultiThread DLL Debug" (for
>debug builds) respectively, because it has given me the least problems
>You can also experiment with the /NODEFAULT:<library> settings, but you
>shouldn't really have to.
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