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No dependecies

No dependecies

No dependecies

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In Borland Builder C++ 4.0, how can I include all the libraries into the final exe, the same way as in Visual C++
were we can statically link the libraries ... of course all
other ocx/dll etc. the application uses still has to be carried with the application but that's another problem.

Thx

RE: No dependecies

try this:

Goto Project->Options. or push, 'Shift-Ctrl-F11'. then goto packages, and un-check 'build with runtime packages'. the checkbox is at the bottom.

then goto Linker and un-check 'Use dynamic RTL'.
then re-compile your project.

this will make your executable a standalone. no longer dependent on the Borland compiler.

I'd be more than happy to answer any questions



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