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    Default Port Shared Library from Linux to Windows

    Hello,
    I have created a shared library and an application that uses the shared library on Red Hat ES 4. I am now trying to port both the library and app over to Windows Xp. I can get hte library to compile into a .dll and the app to compile into a .exe, but when I try to run the app, I get:

    The procedure entry point not be located X in the dynamic link library Y.

    The X and Y depend on how I compile the app.

    Here is my shared library .pro file:
    Qt Code:
    1. QT += svg \
    2. xml
    3. TARGET = SimplifiedGraphicViewer
    4. TEMPLATE = lib
    5. DEFINES += SGV_LIBRARY
    6. HEADERS += Header Files
    7. SOURCES += Source Files
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    Here is my application .pro file:
    Qt Code:
    1. QT += xml svg
    2. FORMS += Window.ui
    3. SOURCES += Source Files
    4. HEADERS += Header Files
    5. TEMPLATE = app
    6. LIBS += -LC:\Shared_Lib -lSimplifiedGraphicViewer
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    Thanks

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    Default Re: Port Shared Library from Linux to Windows

    Do you have the necessary export macros in your classes?
    Your biological and technological distinctiveness will be added to our own. Resistance is futile.

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    Default Re: Port Shared Library from Linux to Windows

    I have added them and that did the trick. In the linux version, I just need them main header file, but for Windows, I needed them in all the headers.

    Problem Solved.

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