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Old 04-07-2003, 03:23 AM
Kim Kim is online now
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I'm using Microsoft Visual C++ v6.0 and Service Pack 5 for all my projects. When compiling, all dll's and pdb's are placed in a common folder.

E.G.
Project - Settings - Link: Output file name
\MySoftware\Bin\MyDll.dll
- and -
Project - Settings - Link: Project Options
/pdb:"\MySoftware\Bin\MyDll.pdb"
/out:"\MySoftware\Bin\MyDll.dll"

Using this method, all exe-, dll-, and pdb-files are placed in a common bin- and bind-folder when compiling. My guess is that "Visual Build Professional" search for the target files (exe's and dll's) in the \Project\Release and \Project\Debug folders.

The question is: How do I tell "Visual Build Professional" to look for the target files in the common bin-folder? It should be possible to read this information from the dsp-file?

Last edited by Kim; 04-07-2003 at 03:25 AM.
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