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D - Symbol Undefined

reply "Giancarlo Bellido" <vicentico1 hotmail.com> writes:
why im getting error messages from the linker like this:

close is a public method and init is a protected one, in unit form
 Error 42: Symbol Undefined _Dform_Form_close_FZv
 Error 42: Symbol Undefined _Dform_Form_init_FC8initFormZv
Aug 07 2003
parent BenjiSmith <dlanguage xxagg.com> writes:
This is probably a problem with the order in which you're building and linking
your modules. Let's say you've got 3 modules A, B, and C. A imports B, and B
imports C. In order to have no build conflicts, you have to tell the linker to
link C first, and then B, and then A. With complex packages, it's a nightmare.

Luckily, there's digc. It comes with the D GUI library called "dig". You can
read more about it here:

http://www.opend.org/dig/digc.html

And you can get it here:

http://www.opend.org/dig

--Benji Smith

In article <bgtugt$i73$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Giancarlo Bellido says...
why im getting error messages from the linker like this:

close is a public method and init is a protected one, in unit form
 Error 42: Symbol Undefined _Dform_Form_close_FZv
 Error 42: Symbol Undefined _Dform_Form_init_FC8initFormZv

Aug 07 2003