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Re: [Tinycc-devel] [Bulk] Re: How to link...? (Restated, with full code

From: Lostgallifreyan
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] [Bulk] Re: How to link...? (Restated, with full code this time)
Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2012 04:56:13 -0000

Indeed. I like TCC so I want to help keep the faith. Sometimes I really might 
need the answer even after weeks of fumbling around, so if I can help spare 
anyone that it might increase my chances too. I don't know enough to contribute 
much more. :)

Milutin_Jovanovic <address@hidden> wrote:
(17/02/2012 02:40)

>I am glad to see you found a solution. As you can see this is not the most
>active of projects/mailing lists, so it is a hit and miss. I am sure
>somebody would have answered if they knew. Thank you for posting your
>solution here. It will surely help someone who searches for this in the
>On 16 February 2012 14:45, Lostgallifreyan <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Well, I was very kindly answered by 'nobody' (and myself a couple of
>> times) but nobody didn't have anything to say so I eventually found a way
>> myself.
>> In case anyone comes by wanting the answer, it's this:
>> tiny_impdef.exe C:/Windows/System/Winmm.dll
>> (tiny_impdef.exe is supplied with TCC)
>> Put the resulting WINMM.DEF file into the TCC's lib directory. After which
>> this works:
>> (Do not use '-Lwinmm.def', use LOWER case -l, and omit the .def bit or it
>> still borks.)
>> I still don't know why we can't do it with the same command we'd use for
>> GCC, but it this price of inconvenience pays for the ability to fetch
>> definitions from ANY dll file so we can call its functions for code
>> compiled with TCC, it's a neat idea that I can live with.
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