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reply Cesar Rabak <csrabak uol.com.br> writes:
I don't know if the reading of the documentation would eventually give 
this info, but it seems to me very deep to dig!

I found a nice file in the lib directory called "WIN32API.CSV" which 
allows one to find that 'undefined reference' even from the command lineš!

HTH

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Cesar Rabak
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[1] it just requires you know how to demangle the reference and the line 
coming will give you a clue of the header and the (export) library it is 
supposed to be.
Mar 03 2003
parent reply Keith Fuller <Keith_member pathlink.com> writes:
Thanks for the tip!
I presume by "command line" you mean using "GREP"?

In article <3E64082D.7090100 uol.com.br>, Cesar Rabak says...
I don't know if the reading of the documentation would eventually give 
this info, but it seems to me very deep to dig!

I found a nice file in the lib directory called "WIN32API.CSV" which 
allows one to find that 'undefined reference' even from the command lineš!

HTH

-- 
Cesar Rabak
GNU/Linux User 52247.
Get counted: http://counter.li.org/

[1] it just requires you know how to demangle the reference and the line 
coming will give you a clue of the header and the (export) library it is 
supposed to be.

Mar 05 2003
parent Cesar Rabak <csrabak uol.com.br> writes:
Keith Fuller escreveu:
 Thanks for the tip!
 I presume by "command line" you mean using "GREP"?
 

Yes! I was thinking in grep. More adventurous ones may start to build an AWK or Perl script, but this would turn the subject OT for this NG ;-) -- Cesar Rabak GNU/Linux User 52247. Get counted: http://counter.li.org/
Mar 05 2003