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    Default undefined reference

    Hii all..

    I have created a shared library with 2 Qt object files. While using this library in other application an error saying " undefined reference to that QButton::QButton(char*, char*, char*, char*) ". QButton.o and QArea.o are my object files which form the library that I am using in the present application.

    Can you help me regarding this problem

    Thank You.

    Jayakrishna Reddy

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    Default Re: undefined reference

    If you made sure your lib exports its symbols, then the problem is in the application using your libs, probably a missing header file.
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