Posted on 2008-06-11
Last Modified: 2013-12-21
SOIL library shows some linker errors in my  C++ application which is developed by using GLUT in windows XP..

error LNK2019: no reference to external symbol "_SOIL_last_result" function "" void __cdecl textureInit (void) "

error LNK2019: no reference to external symbol "_SOIL_load_OGL_texture" function "" void __cdecl textureInit (void) "(?

fatal error LNK1120: 2 is not resolved external references

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Did you link to the SOIL and GLUT libraries ?

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I have linked to SOIL.lib and glut libraries
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Can you show the textureInit function ?

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