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Help with VB command line options
Certain dlls that I compile using /make through the command line work differently than when they are compiled using the VB6 IDE. I noticed that the IDE has options like Compile to Native Code and Optimize for Fast Code. Are there command line arguments that can be used compile with those options? I have a build script that I run to compile those dlls and I would rather use that than have to open the IDE to manually compile them.