clang linker error in VS2015

Hello!

I am trying to compile a Shared Object (.so) with Visual Studio 2015 RC and clang linker.

I am linking against the Opus Code libs in my stdafx.h

#pragma comment(lib, "..\\..\\opus-1.1-beta\\win32\\VS2010\\Win32\\Debug\\celt.lib")
#pragma comment(lib, "..\\..\\opus-1.1-beta\\win32\\VS2010\\Win32\\Debug\\opus.lib")
#pragma comment(lib, "..\\..\\opus-1.1-beta\\win32\\VS2010\\Win32\\Debug\\silk_common.lib")
#pragma comment(lib, "..\\..\\opus-1.1-beta\\win32\\VS2010\\Win32\\Debug\\silk_fixed.lib")
#pragma comment(lib, "..\\..\\opus-1.1-beta\\win32\\VS2010\\Win32\\Debug\\silk_float.lib")

I am getting the linker error

linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)   SharedObject1   C:\Users\MyUser\Documents\Visual Studio 2015\Projects\SharedObject1\SharedObject1\clang.exe 1

Can anybody tell me how to investigate what might have gone wrong there? Where would I state this ā€œ-vā€ in VS2015?

And is it not ok to use .libs in a cross-platform project?
I was wondering why everybody talks about .a files, .so, but never about .libs.

Thank you!

Hermann

Can anybody tell me how to investigate what might have gone wrong there?

Where would I state this "-v" in VS2015?

I don't know about VS2015, but in VS2014 you can add command line arguments
to the linker in the Project's property page under Configuration Properties
-> Linker -> Command Line