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Hi,
I have a problem now. I wrote a .cpp file and a .h file which is used to read some datas stored in .mat file. So I need to add some .an (about matlab read <) files to support my procedure .But how can I connect them to this software?
When I build the platform again,some errors come,such as:"couldn't open the matlib.an file".Should I put the .an files in a certain folder or do somethi
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lbonnet wrote:e=div>
We provide the debugpan raries of Ogre, but PDB files are generated by Visual Studio. You can have them only if you build Ogre3D with VS in Debug.

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If I want to add some files of .an to support my own new box,what should I do? May I put them directly into the Ogre folder?
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Hi,
I have a problem now .I make a new driver which need some .an s to support the codes.But ?I don't konw which folder to put these .an s in. In the codes,I have add the followi Can you help me to find the way?
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Hello,

OpenViBE is built us
In any case, .an files must be present in folders which are searched for the dependencies (again, these folders are set by the CMake system).

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Hi, :D
Thank you for your help. I found a new way to solve this problem temporarily:modify But I think your suggestion is more useful 8) ,I will try these days.


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