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Old 04-11-2003, 11:02 AM
Charles Poston Charles Poston is online now
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VB6 Make Settings

A simple question (I hope.) I have a VB6 project I want to build with several ActiveX DLLs. The DLLs have already been built and have a reference DLL setup under the main directory to which binary compatibility is set. I want an example of what options I should set on the Make action screen that will allow the DLL to be built while retaining binary compatibility with the referenced DLL. If binary compatibility is broken I don't mind if the build fails (in fact I would rather prefer it.)

Thanks for any illumination, (and as an aside I must say that while I love this product - the documentation needs more examples and explanatory text.)

Later, Charles
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