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Title: link failure with .7 sdk
Post by: oddsock on 2003-08-28 00:54:50
I am trying to update my DSP plugin to the new .7 SDK, and I am getting the following when linking :

foobar2000_SDK.lib(service.obj) : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol "public: virtual void __thiscall foobar2000_client::services_init(bool)" (?services_init@foobar2000_client@@UAEX_N@Z)
foobar2000_SDK.lib(service.obj) : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol "public: virtual void __thiscall foobar2000_client::set_library_path(char const *,char const *)" (?set_library_path@foobar2000_client@@UAEXPBD0@Z)
foobar2000_SDK.lib(metadb_handle.obj) : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol __imp__uSortStringCreate
foobar2000_SDK.lib(metadb_handle.obj) : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol __imp__uSortStringCompare
foobar2000_SDK.lib(metadb_handle.obj) : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol __imp__uSortStringFree
foobar2000_SDK.lib(console.obj) : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol "char const * __cdecl core_api::get_my_file_name(void)" (?get_my_file_name@core_api@@YAPBDXZ)
Release/foo_oddcast.dll : fatal error LNK1120: 6 unresolved externals


any ideas as to what I'm missing ?

oddsock
Title: link failure with .7 sdk
Post by: oddsock on 2003-08-28 01:15:11
ok, I found some more info about this from the changelog (should have looked there first I suppose)

anyway, the foobar_client errors were resolved by adding the foobar_client_component.dsp to my project...

the others are apprarently part of the utf8api.dll, which I also then had to add to my project (there is a utf8api.dsp), although utf8api.dll requires pfc.lib, and after adding that to the link of utf8api, I could thus create utf8api.dll, and finally resolve the rest of my symbols...

not entirely sure how I was *supposed* to link all that in, but that's the way I did it, and now have my plugin built again...

oddsock
Title: link failure with .7 sdk
Post by: auldyin on 2003-08-28 01:17:20
Me too, I think. I get this:

INFO (CORE) : startup time: 551 ms
ERROR (CORE) : Failed to load DLL: foo_abx.dll, reason: Wrong version number; this component appears to have been built with outdated version of foobar2000 SDK and needs to be recompiled with newer version in order to load; please contact author of this component to obtain an updated version of this component.
ERROR (CORE) : Failed to load DLL: foo_albumlist.dll, reason: Wrong version number; this component appears to have been built with outdated version of foobar2000 SDK and needs to be recompiled with newer version in order to load; please contact author of this component to obtain an updated version of this component.
[further flood removed by moderation]

Sorry chaps but I'm totally lost. Help!!


auldyin


EDIT
I don't even know if this is the correct thread......................even more help!!!!!
Title: link failure with .7 sdk
Post by: Peter on 2003-08-28 01:27:07
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Me too, I think. I get this:

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1. Please don't spam threads in developer forum with user questions.
2. How about you actually READ messages you've got ? You've simply installed 0.7 over your previous install, that's the problem.
Title: link failure with .7 sdk
Post by: Peter on 2003-08-28 01:29:02
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ok, I found some more info about this from the changelog (should have looked there first I suppose)

anyway, the foobar_client errors were resolved by adding the foobar_client_component.dsp to my project...

the others are apprarently part of the utf8api.dll, which I also then had to add to my project (there is a utf8api.dsp), although utf8api.dll requires pfc.lib, and after adding that to the link of utf8api, I could thus create utf8api.dll, and finally resolve the rest of my symbols...

not entirely sure how I was *supposed* to link all that in, but that's the way I did it, and now have my plugin built again...

oddsock

Yes, it is supposed to be that way. There should be a .DSW file included with the SDK, having all dependencies set up properly.
Title: link failure with .7 sdk
Post by: auldyin on 2003-08-28 09:17:36
Thanks for advice zZzZzZz.

However, being a user, who has no experience of "programming" I must admit that the error messages I got in no way indicated that "I had installed 7 over a previous version".......at least no to me!!

I do apologise for pasting all of the error messages into the thread. That was very very remiss.

auldyin

EDIT
Incidentally, I dont even know what an "SDK" is, and "recompiled with newer version in order to load" is even more of a mystery.
Title: link failure with .7 sdk
Post by: zanson on 2003-08-28 20:40:39
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Thanks for advice zZzZzZz.

However, being a user, who has no experience of "programming" I must admit that the error messages I got in no way indicated that "I had installed 7 over a previous version".......at least no to me!!

I do apologise for pasting all of the error messages into the thread. That was very very remiss.

auldyin

EDIT
Incidentally, I dont even know what an "SDK" is, and "recompiled with newer version in order to load" is even more of a mystery.

Hence you are in the wrong sub forum, go over to the help forum or the general forum.  This forum is for people who understand what those words mean....
Title: link failure with .7 sdk
Post by: auldyin on 2003-08-29 09:53:38
Hey Guys, I made a mistake and apologised twice. What am I supposed to do "bleed"?


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Sorry chaps but I'm totally lost. Help!!


auldyin


EDIT
I don't even know if this is the correct thread......................even more help!!!!!


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I do apologise for pasting all of the error messages into the thread. That was very very remiss.
Title: link failure with .7 sdk
Post by: sld on 2003-08-29 15:39:32
I think this thread can be closed. No point debating anything, and oddsock has already solved his plugin problem.
Title: link failure with .7 sdk
Post by: auldyin on 2003-08-29 16:10:40
Unfortunately, I have not solved mine.

auldyin
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