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Old 11 January 2018, 12:57   #48
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Type not found means there's a Newtype definition missing. These are essentially the same as structs in C, and are used extensively when using the OS directly, including the .List and .Node types that this example uses. The structs for most OS purposes are already defined and stored in an external "resident" file, which means you just have to add that file to your compiler settings and all those definitions will automatically be available. To do this:

- Open Compiler settings (or Compiler options, depending on your editor)
- Enter a new line in the Residents list containing Blitzlibs:amigalibs.res

Save your file, recompile and it should work. If it doesn't work, there may be some other definitions file that you're missing, but that should be documented in the readme for the source.
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