Author silverbacknet
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Date 2012-10-20.21:34:35
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Same errors in 3.3. Some names are decorated, some aren't, seemingly at random.

For instance, python32.lib contains:

    35B20 _PyObject_Dump
    35B20 __imp__PyObject_Dump

and just below that,

    2924A PyObject_Free
    2924A __imp_PyObject_Free

But the Visual Studio 2010 compiler always looks for the underscored names for x64, resulting in, for instance:

  error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol __imp__PyObject_Free referenced in function _WRdealloc

I understand that the x64 isn't supposed to use underscore prefixes as all, but it is and Python partially is. I have no idea why.

The preprocessed output of including python.h, btw, is:

__declspec(dllimport) void PyObject_Free(void *);
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