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compiling C++ builder

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Sorry this might seems very simple but, I have writtien some application in C+= builder, not that i have finished the programe, I don't know jow to compile it so be able to install it in other computers, can some one help me Please?
Apr 13 '06 #1
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Banfa
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Somewhere under the project menu of the C++ Builder IDE will be options for compiling and running.

You will need to locate from your project settings where location that you program is compiled to. Going to this location in explorer you should be able to find the .exe file that has been produced. This will be the file that you need to distribute.

NOTE: depending on how you have built and linked your project you may also need to distibute some .DLL files. You should make sure that you have the rights to distribute these before doing so.
Apr 13 '06 #2

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Somewhere under the project menu of the C++ Builder IDE will be options for compiling and running.

You will need to locate from your project settings where location that you program is compiled to. Going to this location in explorer you should be able to find the .exe file that has been produced. This will be the file that you need to distribute.

NOTE: depending on how you have built and linked your project you may also need to distibute some .DLL files. You should make sure that you have the rights to distribute these before doing so.

does any one knows about Installsheild express which comes with C++ builder? I am trying to use it (it suppose to link to the application and includes all the required files) but it seems I have not much luck.
Apr 21 '06 #3

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