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Hi:

I'm trying to compile a program in TC++ v3.1, and I get a linker error message "Can't find tclassm.lib" or similar.
Sure enough, tclassm.lib is missing ... but why?  Was it not
in my install?  I've compiled stuff using owl before, with no problems, but I have recently moved all my stuff to a new disk - I may have lost something in the transfer.  And my original disks are all dead from the high humidity environment I live in so a new install is out of the question.
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The library file tclassm.lib is the medium memory model version of the class libraries. It is not included in Turbo C++. You will need to change your compiler option to use the large memory model instead.

Then it will use the tclassl.lib which is included in Turbo C++.
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Thui:

thanks for the answer - it looks to be the solution, but I haven't tried it yet.

Cheers,
mvdw.
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