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I am interested in your API''s and I want to try to couple of C and C++ API's in Dev-CPP compiler but I am getting error.

I wanted to compile this AES program https://www.example-code.com/C/crypt2_aes.asp and I download 6MB C language libraries from your websites and I copied all the header files in chilkat include folder to Dev-cpp Include folder.

Now I am getting too many undefined reference errors

asked Jul 07 at 05:54

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Hi Uday,

I think the problem is that Chilkat needs to provide MinGW TDM GCC 4.9.2 libs. I'll see if I can do this later today..

Also, I noticed in your private email that you're trying to use the Chilkat "C" libraries in a C++ program. I'm not sure why you would do that.. it's more natural to use the Chilkat C++ classes in C++ rather than "C" functions. If a .cpp file (compiled as C++) chooses to include a "C" header, it must do so by using "extern "C""

For example:

extern "C" {
#include "C_CkCrypt2.h"


answered Jul 07 at 09:34

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edited Jul 07 at 09:34

I created a web page where sample project downloads will be located. This is the 1st one..


This download includes the static library and headers, and builds without any problem.


answered Jul 07 at 10:30

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