Since I started useing OpenWatcom 1.9 a year or so ago, I'm starting to learn C programming. (It's about time!
) Occassionally, I'd go to their discussion board for assistance. Now, I find the board is archived. (no more posting!)
Does anyone know of another place where one can get answers on C Programming?
My current issue deals with some warnings emited by the linker (I believe):
C:\C_Prog\TplTst>WCL386 TplUser2 tpl mmap -6r -bc -bt=nt -d2 -en -fo=.obj
-mf -od -w4 -zq -zev
Warning! W1171: locally defined symbol tpl_map_ imported
Warning! W1171: locally defined symbol tpl_load_ imported
Warning! W1171: locally defined symbol tpl_unpack_ imported
Warning! W1171: locally defined symbol tpl_free_ imported
I'm learning to implement Tpl, a library for serializing C data. I had allready suppressed compile time warnings. The program does work correctly but I dislike these warnings cluttering things up! If I understood what they were telling me, I could try to correct them. It sounds like it is getting something from a shared library (DLL) but I'm not useing any thing like that that I know of. In this program, I'm not even useing my own static libraries.
I'm using cmd.exe to compile a cli application.