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[SOLVED] mikroC libraries with hi-tech C

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bmandl

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Is there any way, to use MikroC libraries from Mikroelektronika with Hi-tech compiler?
 

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Is there any way, to use MikroC libraries from Mikroelektronika with Hi-tech compiler?
No.

MikroC libraries are not downloadable and no source code is available.

I would guess there would be legal and compatibility issues anyway.

At least, this is my understanding
 

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First reply is can
But you need good knowledge about libraries file link with BIN folder
when you call to header file the library file will effect
what kind of library file you need to interchange and what requirement?
 

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Highly doubtful. MikroC uses a proprietary MikroE Compressed Library format or MCL, hence the .mcl.
Somebody may have figured out a "work around", but you not going to just drag the .mcl file and the header into a Hi-Tech C project and get it to link with your code.

Even different versions of the MikroC are incompatible previous versions of .mcl libraries.
Therefore, this require the original source code to be recompile into the newer library format to be compatible with the linker.

MikroE is notoriously secretive and protective of their libraries and compiler inner workings.

Hope this helps.
 
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