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[Help]: Creating libraries to interface DLLs
- To: <gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com>
- Subject: [Help]: Creating libraries to interface DLLs
- From: "Jonas Nygren" <ehsjony at ehs dot ericsson dot se>
- Date: Thu, 13 Mar 1997 18:35:23 +0100
I need to use DLLs that are not supported by gnu-win32. I have tried to
use MS based libraries together with GCC in gnu-win32 but have
failed to get a running application. Is it possible to generate executables
from a mix of gnu-win32 and MS libraries?
If not, are there any descriptions of how to create your own lib*.a for a
I have access to the necessary C header files (*.h) as well as
libraries in MS library and object format. Is it possible to generate
a library in gnu-win32's library format (*.a) from the MS based headers
I have so far scanned the gnu-win32 related pages and mailing list. I found
a reference to windows32api-0.1.2 by Scott Christley. Though, it left out
step of how to create libraries.
Any help or pointers are appreciated,
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