|I am trying to compile a chunk of C++ code on VS 2008.
I keep experiencing the LNK2001 error about the symbol _recalloc, for unknown reasons.
I know the warning means that some library is missing , but this is not the case. I put in the right #include
(which is , according to MSDN, both <stdlib.h> and <malloc.h>), I specified the path to atlsd.lib (which seems to be the library the linker looks for when operating), I even added the library to the additional dependencies on the linker configuration but nothing seems to change.
This is my first time using C++ on VS .net ( I have been using VC++ 6.0 previously), so I sure lack experience and knowledge , but I start wondering whether switching to .net wasn't a bad mistake .....
Any idea ?