ISLIB

Force an object module to be linked as a library file. This command is useful for switching library files in the object module list back to library status.

<file name>=LIBADD

Specify a library file to be linked into a program whenever the configuration definitions file is used. The library file will be added to the library file list as soon as it is encountered in the configuration file. If the library file is not present in the current directory or cannot be found in a directory listed via the LIB environment variable, WL32 terminates with a file not found error.

This command is most useful for languages which need replacement libraries to be used with the DOS extender.

Multiple LIBADD morphing commands are supported by WL32.

<string>=LIBNAME

Specify a string when in freeformat mode that instructs WL32 to begin parsing a list of library files. The following three commands are commonly used in a definitions file with freeformat link files:

LIB[RARY]=LIBNAME

SEA[RCH]=LIBNAME

ALL[OCATE]=LIBNAME

Multiple LIBNAME morphing commands are supported by WL32.

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