#include "leaktracker.h" is giving fatal link error

Hello
I am including leaktracker.h provided by
By David Maisonave (Axter)
in my c code abc project  and building in VS 2003.

But i see the following errors:

abc.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol @_leaktracker61_GenericResourceAllocatorWithVoidReturn@44 referenced in function @list_ctl_ptr@0
abc.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol @_leaktracker61_SetPointerToNullValueIfOptionSet@4 referenced in function @free_list_ctl@0
abc.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol @_leaktracker61_free@16 referenced in function @free_list_ctl@0
abc.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol @_leaktracker61_realloc@20 referenced in function @getBasicCubeMatchList@36
..\Sdks\CaPmPcm\bin\abc.dll : fatal error LNK1120: 4 unresolved externals


How do i resolve it?

Sham
leaktracker.h
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jkrCommented:
You'll need to link with "leaktracker.lib" (included in http://code.axter.com/leaktracker.zip) to resolve these errors - either add that to your project or use

#pragma comment(lib,"leaktracker.lib")

in your code.
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jkrCommented:
Oh, I forgot - since someone for sure might think the issue about "how to add a library to your project" was not covered enough, see also http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vcgeneral/thread/b1c1f13d-f830-4831-8cea-065dcc14de16 ("Adding C library to Visual c++ project", also applies to C++ libraries). In a nutshell:

Next we need to add .lib file to the Additional Dependencies (Project property pages -> Configuration Properties -> Linker -> Input).
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mohet01Author Commented:
hello jkr
I did not find problem in building other projects after just including leaktracker.h file
Why this project has the problem?
And david author also not recommend to point to .lib in the project but to place in system32 on running app machine

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mohet01Author Commented:
hello jkr
One of the problem line, where this problem occurred is
(*ptr) = (ptr1) malloc (sizeof(**ptr1))
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jkrCommented:
Well, have you tried adding the library? Your probems should be solved then...
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mohet01Author Commented:
Hello jkr
I did not find problem in building other projects after just including leaktracker.h file
Why this project has the problem?
And david author also not recommend to point to .lib in the project but to just place in system32 folder on running app machine

Sham
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mohet01Author Commented:
hello jkr
i already added this library yesterday, as per attached screen shot.
But it did not work
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mohet01Author Commented:
Hello
Please read my previous update.

If we see one error in function list_ctl_ptr(), malloc is called like this:
if (*ctl_ptr_ptr == NULL) {
              if ((*ctl_ptr_ptr = (LIST_INFO_PTR)
                        malloc ( sizeof (**ctl_ptr_ptr ) )) == NULL) {
                     C_RETURN (NULL) ;
              }

Do you think, the way malloc() is caled is the problem?

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mohet01Author Commented:
Hello
Can somebody respond?
Sham
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jkrCommented:
>>One of the problem line, where this problem occurred is
>>(*ptr) = (ptr1) malloc (sizeof(**ptr1))

Err, in your original Q, you were talking about linker errors - what is the problem with the above line?
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AxterCommented:
Hi mohet01,

I'm the original author of that library.

Are you still having issues with this library, or did jkr give you what you needed to get it working?
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mohet01Author Commented:
Thanx
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