Menu: Project -> <project name> Properties ... -> Linker -> Input -> Aditional Dependencies :
Here you add all the libraries from lib directories and subdirectories from the development package; I've added here also the intl3_svn.lib from a separate package and libdb43.lib from a Berkeley package.
Menu: Project -> <project name> Properties ... -> Linker -> General -> Aditional Library Directories :
Here you add the paths to the directories/ subdirectories were this libs are located.
Hope it helps,
Dan Mircea Vasilescu
Software Development Engineer, Test Division
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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 3:25 PM
Subject: Re: Problems with LibEAY32.dll/intl3_svn.lib
I got your address from the subversion dev group. If I"m intruding please say so. I've been trying to build svn from the subversion_vcnet.sln and have numerous unresolved externals. How did your project find it's import libs?
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