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Brian_Murphy
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linker error question

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LINK : fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'xlroto32.lib;'

Does the above message mean the file is not being found, or it cannot be opened for some other reason.

I am trying a new way of specifying a c++ LIB for input to my fortran project.  I have put the name of the LIB at Configuration Properties/Linker/Input/Additional Dependencies and specified the folder in Configuration Properties/Linker/General/Additional Library Directories.  

The attached buildlog makes it appear the extra directory is specified correctly.  What am I doing wrong?

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Brian_Murphy
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Nevermind.  I had files in Additional Dependencies separated by semicolons.  Evidently spaces are required.

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Brian_Murphy
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Nevermind.  I had files in Additional Dependencies separated by semicolons.  Evidently spaces are required.

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