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Why does the message Automatic Linking with gx###.lib frequently show up (for every .cpp file)?
be that you have not included gxall.h in your stdafx.h file but in some other file or if you have turned off precompiled headers for some reason.
The reason that this message is frequently shown could
If you want to enable the precompiled header feature, you should change the C/C++ settings for your project. Choose Build|Settings and switch to the C/C++ page. Select Precompiled headers as Category.
Select Use precompiled header (.PCH) file and enter stdafx.h in the line below.
Next, select the file stdafx.cpp in the Settings For hierarchy list and change its settings to Create precompiled header (.PCH) file and enter stdafx.h in the line below.
If you do not want to use precompiled headers, you might turn the Automatic Linking message off by specifying _GXNOMSG in your project's C/C++ settings (see How can I turn off the message Automatic linking with .... at compilation time? ).