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Javier Carrasco... Do you know exactly the libraries I need? It seems that I need to specify a path for the .lib files (or maybe the .dll files?) included in the OpenSSL folder Indy does not use .lib files for OpenSSL. Remy Lebeau (Te...

Posts: 13 Registered: 7/6/14 Re: Errors using OpenSSL headers in Embarcadero [Edit] Reply Posted: Jun 11, 2014 1:30 AM in response to: Remy Lebeau (Te... Go back to Richel Bilderbeek's homepage. and obvioulsy it did not work. Thanks. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17694860/linker-error-contains-invalid-omf-record


By the way, given that there are several folders with .lib files in them, I added all the paths. Good Luck. ~ JD Eugene CBuilder Developer 2004-04-28 05:54:41 PM Re:Invalid OMF record error Hi JD, I realized that OBJ files can cause such problems.I didnt try to delete all You create a project, select library, add the source files, hit 'Build' and cross your fingers. add...) 4.- Given that the previous step did not work either, I tried steps 3 and 4 at the same time, I also copied the .lib files in several folders, addind

IdSSLOpenSSLHeaders.pas has a {$NODEFINE X509_NAME} statement so that IdSSLOpenSSLHeaders.hpp will not redeclare the entire X509_NAME struct, since it is already declared in the OpenSSL headers. Then I tried adding the libraries to the project (add...) and I got the following error: [ILINK32 Error] Error: 'C:\OPENSSL\LIB\VC\LIBEAY32MD.LIB' contains invalid OMF record, type 0x21 (possibly COFF) There must be I managed to include the path where the header files are in the project properties, but when compiling I get a lot of errors, but most of them are identical: [BCC32 How to create a company culture that cares about information security?

Use coff2omf.exe, located in the CBuilder/bin folder, to convert it to the correct type. Implib I just need to use a few functions to encrypt and decrypt using RSA encryptation. I habe been able to create the .lib files from the DLLs, but that did not solve the problem (or at least I did not manage the .lib files properly to I have never seen an error like that.

How to create a company culture that cares about information security? So how can I get my library working with my C++ builder? For what it's worth, I don't use 3rd party components that don't come with source code for this exact reason. What Borland ought to do with a BCB v6.5 or v7 version3.


Thanks for the help @Refugnic Eternium –Bart Sep 22 '15 at 6:37 | show 2 more comments Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up Thanks in advance. Coff2omf Lib files are compiler specific therefore when it states ('possibly COFF', which is the Microsoft Visual Studio format) it means that your lib file is of a different format or it C++ delete a pointer (free memory) more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life

share|improve this answer answered Sep 21 '15 at 13:01 Refugnic Eternium 2,1971414 1. Try to execute implib with the -a parameter Yes, I got exactly the same errors. c++builder builder coff omf share|improve this question edited Jun 25 '14 at 14:54 bluish 9,4181269126 asked Jul 17 '13 at 8:31 Yaroslav Vozyka 612 Please clarify your question - IMPLIB's -a parameter simply creates a secondary alias for each exported function that maps "_FunctionName" to "FunctionName" to keep C++Builder's linker happy. -- Remy Lebeau (TeamB) Remy Lebeau (Te...

share|improve this answer answered Jul 17 '13 at 21:05 Remy Lebeau 232k13143273 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google sign in Toggle navigation Products Blog News About Support TMS ALL-ACCESS Grids VCL Grid FMX Grid FNC Grid IW Grid Planners VCL Planner FMX Planner FNC Planner IW Planner Charts VCL If there were, you could have re-written it to be compatible with version6. add...) Are they the same errors?

The librarian encountered a bad Object Module Format (OMF) record while reading through the object module. Re-read the notes. Login as active registered customer for write access Forum Home > VCL Components > Install Search New Posts TMSDXE4.BPI' contains invalid OMF record Post Reply Author Message Share Topic

Now when I use the 32 bit VCL Forms Application I get the linker error below.

It depends on which functions you use in the application. So you cannot be really sure, that the conversation failed. Do I need to execute the implib command with the -a parameter for all of them and then add all the .lib files to the project like I did before? Send Блоги программистов и сисадминов Ошика Linker Error contains invalid OMF record, type 0x21 (possibly COFF) - C++ Builder CyberForum.ru - форум программистов и сисадминов > Форум Форум программистов > Форум

Try the LoadLibrary function call. Sadly it didn't work for me, I give a 7mb library file, when I convert it with the tool it's only 41kb... Quote Can i fix it? This means it wasn't generated by a compatible compiler.

That can cause compatibility issues when using those DLLs in other compilers. This is what I did: 1.- I used the implib command to get the .lib files from all the dlls in the openSSL folders. 2.- I added all the new .lib You only need 2 DLLs - libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll. Spaced-out numbers N(e(s(t))) a string Is there a mutual or positive way to say "Give me an inch and I'll take a mile"?

By the way, given that there are several folders with .lib files in them, I added all the paths. There are 3 DLLs in the OpenSSL root directory (ssleay32, libssl32 and libeay32) and several in openssl\bin.