I have 2 different static libraries and an executable (let's call them A.lib and B.lib and test.exe). Test.exe calls a function in B.lib that must calls another function in A.lib (test.exe -> B.lib -> A.lib). The problem is a linker error (LNK2001: unresolved external symbol in B.lib) when building test.exe. Is there a way to tell the linker that this missing symbol is in A.lib? I'm using Visual C++ 6.0 and no MFC.
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