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When I try to compile NIH Image source code (Pascal) with Code Warrior Pro, I get an UNDECLARED IDENTIFIER message on the expression UNIT at the beginning of each module. Som other error messages follow. Is it not allowed to compile single units?
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Kheldar earned 10 total points
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In preferences/project settings, try to set ANSI strict to off.
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In project settings, USES PROPAGATION must be selected.
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