Making a DLL with a static library dependency
pjdeets2 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 17 05:32:41 PST 2009
On Tue, 15 Dec 2009 00:56:12 -0500, Phil Deets <pjdeets2 at gmail.com> wrote:
> (D 2.033) I'm porting a DLL to D. The DLL depends on a static library,
> but when I put the library name on the command-line, dmd does not output
> any DLL file. If I remove the library name from the command-line, dmd
> gives linker errors and outputs an invalid DLL. How do I make a DLL with
> a static library dependency?
(now using D 2.037) I used optlink separately from dmd to see whether the
problem is in dmd or optlink. It turns out to be an optlink issue.
Everything works fine when I link in phobos.lib and kernel32.lib, but as
soon as I link in lua51.lib there is no dll output. Could this be because
I compiled lua51.dll/.lib with Visual Studio? I'll try compiling Lua with
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