[TRNSYS-users] Link error

David Bradley bradley at tess-inc.com
Wed Jan 11 08:48:49 PST 2006

   You are quite correct that the asterisk should be omitted. If I remember 
correctly the asterisk is actually a foot note indicating that in some 
versions of the compiler, it was necessary to ignore the library called 
libc.lib and not the library called libcd.lib. I'm sorry that it confused 
you. To clarify for everyone else, this pertains to TRNSYS 15, not to 

At 04:02 1/11/2006, henkwitte wrote:
>There seems to be a typo in the manual for compiling as a platform 
>independent application;
>It says under the LINK tab Ignore libraries: enter "libcd.lib" *
>But, the * should be omitted (also do not type the quotes).
>Henk Witte
>>I am trying to build trnsys15 as a console application (follwoing the 
>>notes on compiling as a platfrom independent program)
>>but get the following error:
>>LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file "trnexe.plg"
>>The plg file does exist in the workspace, and in other workspaces (like 
>>the default trnsys workspace) I have no problem in
>>building. I am, until now, unable to find the correct value to change in 
>>the settings so the linker can find the file.
>>Any ideas?
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