I ran into this problem the other day. How does one tell what architecture a dll and/or lib file is compiled for? Say I have a lib (library) file that was compiled under x86 but I try to use it in a arm (CE) architecture. As my problem was the other day I had no way of knowing what architecture the lib filed was compiled for. I just kept getting link errors when I used the functions from within the lib.
Is there some tool or something that one can tell what architecture a library is compiled for?
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