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.Exe with Visual Studio 6.0 (C++)

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Hi, how can I compile an executable file from my work to carry me and
install over all pc I want?
Is a setting's problem?
Do you have a link to a site with a simple tutorial?
I'm new of this...

Thanks!!!
Nov 8 '06 #1
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GiovanniCR wrote:
Hi, how can I compile an executable file from my work to carry me and
install over all pc I want?
This really depends on what libraries your application needs. The
classic libraries that most applications compiled with Visual C use are
CRT and MFC. Both can be linked as static libraries. This way the size
of the resulting binary will increase, but you need to deploy only one
binary. Google for "static linking" and "Visual C" and you'll get lots
of information of how to do this.
I'm new of this...
I see. As a regular reader of this newsgroup you'd have noticed that
your question is a little bit off-topic here and should better be asked
in microsoft.public.vc.language. Especially the deployment of
dynamically linked MFC arises many questions, which would be completely
off-topic here.

Regards,
Stuart
Nov 8 '06 #2

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"Stuart Redmann" <De*******@web.deha scritto nel messaggio
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GiovanniCR wrote:
>Hi, how can I compile an executable file from my work to carry me and
install over all pc I want?

This really depends on what libraries your application needs. The classic
libraries that most applications compiled with Visual C use are CRT and
MFC. Both can be linked as static libraries. This way the size of the
resulting binary will increase, but you need to deploy only one binary.
Google for "static linking" and "Visual C" and you'll get lots of
information of how to do this.
>I'm new of this...

I see. As a regular reader of this newsgroup you'd have noticed that your
question is a little bit off-topic here and should better be asked in
microsoft.public.vc.language. Especially the deployment of dynamically
linked MFC arises many questions, which would be completely off-topic
here.

Regards,
Stuart

Nov 8 '06 #3

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