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Re: EXE COM Servers

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2/23/2001 12:00:00 AM

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Actually, I just figured this out. Turns out it's a Microsoft bug. For
the Release builds of COM EXE servers, the _ATL_MIN_CRT flag must be
removed to prevent this linker error. Tut tut...


At 10:50 PM 2/23/2001 -0800, Robert Burdick wrote:

>OK, call me stupid, but I'm having a very basic problem.
>
>I built an EXE COM server on Windows 2000. If I build it for Win32 Debug,
>the generated code compiles, links and runs fine.
>
>If I build it for the Win32 Release MinDependency target, however, I get
>unresolved external symbol _main. Anyone know how to fix this?
>It seems to me that generated ATL code should build with the default
>settings for any of the supported targets.
>
>
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>Robert Burdick
>Author, "Essential Windows CE Application Programming", John Wiley and Sons
>Co-author, "Professional JSP, 2nd Edition", Wrox Press
>
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Robert Burdick
Author, "Essential Windows CE Application Programming", John Wiley and Sons
Co-author, "Professional JSP, 2nd Edition", Wrox Press

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