Originally Posted by gibs
Do you know a way to avoid that ?
I had a quick read through the AMOS Pro Compiler manual. It says you have two choices:
1. put the amos.library in your libs: directory
2. use the INCLIB option when you compile your AMOS program into an executable.
The problem with option 2 is that it just includes the library into your program code which makes your program 50Kb larger.
There is no description of how to check to see if the library is in your libs: directory so it looks like you can either make your program 50kb larger or just take the risk that sometimes it might crash if the library isn't there.