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gizzugizzu Member Posts: 42
When I compile a program made in Borland c++ and move the .exe file to another computer, an error occurs saying some .dll file is missing. Is there any way I can compile the program to a standalone application, so it doesn't need any .dll files to follow it?



//gizzu

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  • dwgeblerdwgebler Member Posts: 190
    Yes, you must go to your project options and deselect the option to use dynamic runtime libraries (Linker options) and deselect 'build with runtime packages' option (main project options I think), which is a box showing all the packages like VCL etc.

    : When I compile a program made in Borland c++ and move the .exe file to another computer, an error occurs saying some .dll file is missing. Is there any way I can compile the program to a standalone application, so it doesn't need any .dll files to follow it?
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  • gizzugizzu Member Posts: 42
    Thanks a lot!

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