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paulsgauthier
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Trouble Using IMPLIB on 7.0 DLL's to make import libraries for Borland C++ Builder

I'm trying to update our Borland Builder app with the latest IPPI 7.0 library (we've been using 4.1) but I can't run implib to create import libraries from the 7.0 DLLs like I normally do. When I run the command:

implib -a ippcore-7.0-Borland.lib ippcore-7.0.dll

on my Windows 7 system implib crashes. No idea why. Same for all the 7.0 DLLs.

implib still works fine when run against the old 4.1 DLLs.

I can't go forward with 7.0 until I resolve this. Any ideas?

Paul Gauthier
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SKost
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I can't go forward with 7.0 until I resolve this. Any ideas?
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-I would try to do this ona Windows XP

-I would try to use 'implib' from aversion 5.x.x ofBorland C++ compiler
Note: It is a free C/C++ compiler now

paulsgauthier
Beginner
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Sergey: Tried implib from version 5 with same result. Will try to find an XP system.
paulsgauthier
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The problem was I had 64-bit DLLs. IMPLIB only works on 32-bit DLLs. After downloading the 32-bit version of Intel IPP, IMPLIB worked fine.
SKost
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The problem was I had 64-bit DLLs. IMPLIB only works on 32-bit DLLs...


Thanks for clarification. A version with 'LoadLibrary' or 'LoadLibraryEx'functions could be considered instead.

Best regards,
Sergey