This message occurs when you try to call a symbol from within a procedure or function that has been tagged with the local directive.
The local directive, which marks routines as unavailable for export, is platform-specific and has no effect in Windows programming.
On Linux, the local directive is used for routines that are compiled into a library but are not exported. This directive can be specified for standalone procedures and functions, but not for methods. A routine declared with local, for example,
function Contraband(I: Integer): Integer; local;
does not refresh the EBX register and hence
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