Error on Linking c0w32.obj using Borland C++

June 29, 2009 at 18:53:34
Specs: Windows XP, 1.86 GHz DDR 512 megabyte
Hi,

My name is Phongphan Porana be a student at Kmitl in Thailand , I had try to build all ,the code that compress data , but not complete and an error had shown that

Linking C:\BC45\BIN\TDCB\main-c.exe: Linker Fatal: Unable to open file 'c0w32.obj'


I use Borland C++ 4.52 and large model of memory and I had check the setting on directory is ok.

What is problem?
How to solve this?
What is c0w32.obj for?

I had try the help but not found information for this job.


Thank you,
Phongphan porana,
phongphanp@yahoo.com


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#1
June 30, 2009 at 13:23:27
What is problem?
Your linker cannot find c0w32.obj in its library directory.

How to solve this?
Either place c0w32.obj in your linker's library, or remove code dependent on c0w32.obj.

What is c0w32.obj for?
No clue. It looks like Borland uses it, and no one else does.

I use Borland C++ 4.52
Get a better complier.


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#2
July 19, 2009 at 11:45:27
Thanks for your answer.

I think this error may come form the code using various version of command of Borland C++ for be the distributed source code, and I would like to find the obj2C++.exe for the next step, but not sure to receive clear and correct solution for this way, just trying.

last:

The wanted object file that will be linked come from the compression book, auther confirm that soure code can be build in Borland C++ 4.5 in the frist chapter. So I will still work on this C++ 4.5 version.

Thanks you for help, again sir !!!


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#3
July 21, 2009 at 13:26:08
I would like to find the obj2C++.exe
Never heard of it, and Google returns only this page.

So I will still work on this C++ 4.5 version.
As you wish. But according to Wikipedia, your version doesn't officially support Win95. If it builds 16-bit applications, you might not be able to run what you build.


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