winegcc: gcc failed

Eric Pouech eric.pouech at wanadoo.fr
Tue May 8 10:20:14 CDT 2007


Zalmay A-khaliq a écrit :
> Respected Developers of the wine
> My name is Zalmay And I am a BCS student.
> I have been assigned to port windows(VC++) application into linux.
> After a thorough searching and researching I found that "wine:" is the 
> resource I can use to port a windows 32 bit application to Linux.
> I downloaded and installed wine as according to the winehq developers 
> instruction and every thing went well.
> Then I started to test the winelib samples (notepad) to compile on 
> Redhat Linux 9 according to winelib user guide but in the process I 
> got the following error message
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> wrc -I. -forsrc.res rsrc.rc
> winegcc -mwindows -mno-cygwin -o notepad2.exe.so dialog.o main.o 
> rsrc.res -lodbc32 -lole32 -loleaut32 -lwinspool -luuid
> dialog.o(.text+0x1a5): In function `DIALOG_StringMsgBox':
> : undefined reference to `wnsprintfW'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> winegcc: gcc failed.
> make: *** [notepad2.exe.so] Error 2
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> I will be greatefull to you sir  for your help in this.
> That how can I overcome these errors and run my application successfully.
> thanking you in anticipation
>  
> Zalmay Gul
>
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>   
add -lshlwapi to the command line
HTH
A+

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