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Old   February 20, 2006, 18:15
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ajay kumar
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I have a mixed language project which I am trying to build using NMAKE. I opened the MS Visual Studio and exported the make file. I am using Compaq Digital Fortran ver and the OS is Windows XP Professional.

Whenever I build the project using Visual Studio everything links with no problem, however when I try to use NMake with the exported make file I get the following error.

LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file "dfor.lib" NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'link.exe' : return code '0x450'

Does anyone know how to fix this?

All help is appreciated!



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Old   February 20, 2006, 22:28
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Build your project with visual studio and study the output window or build log file. Look for either a /LIBPATH argument to the link command or a set LIB=xxx command in the build log. Then add that to your nmake file or LIB environment variable.

The dfor.lib file is probably in a subdirectory of the fortran installation directory - you could just look for it and add that directory to the makefile (/LIBPATH:xxx option on the link line).

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