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Topic: LibraryLink & MinGW
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Michael Weyrauch

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Registered: 2/15/07
Re: LibraryLink & MinGW
Posted: Jun 26, 2012 4:50 AM
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I have had no problems to generate .dll's using MinGW
(significantly more complicated than the demos)

So, I would suggest you post exactly the commands you
used in order to produce the .dlls and then load the functions
into Mathematica, and I may be able
to tell you what is going wrong.


Am 23.06.2012 10:21, schrieb fortgriff:
> Does anyone have experience with LibraryLink and MinGW?
> Using LibraryLink, I am able to load functions into Mathematica from
> the shipped version of demo.dll. From the source file demo.c, I
> generate my own demogcc.dll (using MinGW). Using "objdump -f
> xxx.dll", I cannot tell the difference between the two dlls. Both
> export what they should and both look like dlls.
> Inside Mathematica, I cannot load functions from demogcc.dll. The
> $LibraryError I get is
> Library load error 193: %1 is not a valid Win32 application.
> There are many command line options for the compiler and linker.
> Hopefully, there is a combination that works.
> Thank you for your help.

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