unresolved external symbol _GetFileVersionInfoA@16

Posted on 1997-11-22
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Last Modified: 2008-03-03

I have an application which includes a header file which define few
function from winver.h, such as GetFileVersionInfo and some others.
When I try to link the project, I get an error message, as described
in the subject. In the hearder file I have an include for "winver.h",
and I see it in the dependencies.
I am using NT4/WS and VC5++

Alon Weinberg
Question by:oak022097
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galkin earned 320 total points
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Add version.lib to your project.

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