Ordinal problem in DLLs?

Earnie Boyd earnie_boyd@hotmail.com
Fri Jan 9 11:09:00 GMT 1998

Look at Mumit Khan's page listed below for a download of dllfix.exe.

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>From: Michael Pymm <m.pymm@strath.ac.uk>
>To: "'gnu-win32@cygnus.com'" <gnu-win32@cygnus.com>
>Subject: RE: Ordinal problem in DLLs?
>Date: Fri, 9 Jan 1998 10:05:49 -0000
>Thanks - I looked in the list archive but I can't find what you're 
talking about, could
>somebody mail me this program?
>From:	Larry Hall (RFK Partners Inc) [SMTP:lhall@rfk.com]
>>	I've tried the following to create a .a file to link my programs 
>>gcc compiles the .exe fine, but Win95 says 'invalid file format' when 
I try to run it.
>Sounds to me like you're running into the file seek problem on 95.  
>was allot of talk about this 3 or 4 months back on the list.  Someone
>created a program that was supposed to fix this (dllfix?) and posted it 
>to the list.  You might try looking through the archives for this and 
>if it helps.
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