I've put up with this annoyance for quite a while, but now I thought 'hey, why not ask the lisp forum?' So here I am
I would also like to know if anyone has encountered this problem before.
Basically, the problem is that in order to load one dll, I need to load the required other dlls in the excat order. This can get quite annoying. How am i supposed to know the correct order? I suppose I could get a program that does it, but seriously, if all the other dlls are in the same folder, shouldn't there be some way to automatically find the other dlls required? Here's an example.
In order to load the dll file CORE_RL_WAND.dll, I have to load in exactly the correct order the following dlls (found via trial and error):
CORE_RL_ZLIB, CORE_RL_BZLIB, CORE_RL_LCMS, CORE_RL_TTF, and CORE_MAGICK!
If I don't load in the exact order, a windows error message will pop up saying something like 'this depends on
this dll ____.'
My question is there any way to automate this dll dependency loading, or something?
BTW, I'm using the binary ImageMagick package called ImageMagick-6.5.3-2-Q16-windows-dll.exe from the site
A thousand thanks!
EDIT: I moved this post. Posted in wrong area. Woops!