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I was just recently informed by members of this newsgroup as to how to
create a GUI application by referencing different .dll files. This works
perfectly, since it creates an output .exe file. However, just for future
reference, is there a way to compile the code without referencing all of the
..dll files.

If I type in

vbc xxxx.vb

I get some errors saying the librarires could not be found. So the only way
I know of to compile GUI code is:

vbc /r:System.dll,System.Windows.Forms.dll,System.Drawi ng.dll, etc. xxxx.vb.

So basically, my question is can I compile code without referencing. Thanks
all in advance.
Nov 21 '05 #1
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"Hari" <ha***********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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I was just recently informed by members of this newsgroup as to how to
create a GUI application by referencing different .dll files. This works
perfectly, since it creates an output .exe file. However, just for future
reference, is there a way to compile the code without referencing all of the .dll files.


Yes, you can create a compliation configuration file (*.rsp files).

See this article:
http://www.flws.com.au/showusyourcod...ut.asp?catID=5

Nov 21 '05 #2

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Thanks alot,

I got everything working. Thanks.
Nov 21 '05 #3

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