Library Inclusion in CW 10 Application Project

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Library Inclusion in CW 10 Application Project

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jimfell
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I have a CodeWarrior 10 application project that references multiple compiled libraries.  One of these libraries references yet another library.  All of the library projects build without any problems.  However, when I try to build my application project, it gets numerous link errors for undefined symbols, all of which are located in that one sub-library.  I thought that when building a library that references another library, that referenced library gets pulled into the library being built.  Is that not the case with CodeWarrior 10?  Is there a way to get CodeWarrior 10 to include referenced libraries in the final output when building a library project?

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jimfell
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Hi CrasyCat.  We're using ColdFire V1.  However, I think that I've been able to resolve this particular issue.  The sub-library was missing a source file, which had the function definitions in question, when it was built.  It didn't complain when being built as a library because the function prototypes in the header file were declared as external.

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CrasyCat
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Hello

   Which MCU are you targeting  (HCS08, Coldfire, Kinetis, ...)?

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jimfell
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Hi CrasyCat.  We're using ColdFire V1.  However, I think that I've been able to resolve this particular issue.  The sub-library was missing a source file, which had the function definitions in question, when it was built.  It didn't complain when being built as a library because the function prototypes in the header file were declared as external.

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