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pause Posted - 08 Dec 2008 : 10:10:38
I've just installed this:
Item #1 WIN-BMC-200 C/C++ Real-Time Graphics Tools for Windows (+Bonus: WIN-MFC-210)

I wanted to build an example. I am trying to build RTAUTO. It compiles, but does not link.

I get the error:
NAO-G fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'mfc42.lib'

I have searched my whole harddrive. It's not there.
How do I get this? I googled and found other people with this problem. It doesn't seem to be installed.

I am using VC++ 7.1 in VS2003.

What do I do?

I have a deadline quickly approaching and we were really hoping this product would help us out. Please don't let us down.

Thank you.
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quinncurtis Posted - 08 Dec 2008 : 10:23:08
The GCL for MFC libraries are by default compiled using VS 6.0. This causes them to reference the MFC42.lib libraries that ship with that compiler. If you are going to create application programs using VS 2003, you need to recompile our GCL libraries for that compiler, so that they compile current versions of the MFC libraries. The source code to our GCL libraries are included with the software.

Read the sticky topic "GCL 3.0 and MFC 7.0 " at the top fo the Charting and Real-Time Graphics Tools forum. Once you have the GCL libraries for both the Charting Tools (CT32D) and Real-Time Graphics Tools (RT32D), go back and recompile the RTAuto example.

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