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An external symbol that cannot be parsed
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I created a new project and used part of the code defined by the base plug-in header file, but when I compiled it, I reported an "unresolvable external symbol" error, and I tried a lot of things, including adding references, adding dependencies, or even copying the entire code to no avail.

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Re: An external symbol that cannot be parsed

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I'm assuming you're using the Discovery Freelancer FLHook. From what I remember, that repository requires boost 1.60, so that's probably where your error is coming from. I can't actually remember Disco's FLHook that well, but that'd be my first guess.

Anything more will require some more information, as you've just said base plugin, which doesn't really provide any real detail about the error itself.

Posted on: 1/17 10:32
Way too ambitious for his own good.
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