I've got really a bcb-beginner's question, but I can't figure it out myself: An application built using C++ Builder 6 always attempts to load the 'CC3260.DLL' library - i.e. I need to ship this dll with my app (or restrict running the app only to machines where bcb is installed).
I unchecked the option "Build with runtime packages", but it didn't help.
Please, tell me whether there is a way to create "independent" (no Borland libraries needed) applications with Borland C++ Builder and how to achieve it.
Thanks a lot.
PS: My program makes use of NO Borland libraries at all (it even works without the TForm class), I only #include
stdio.h and windows.h, so I cannot understand why cc3260.dll is needed (honestly, I don't know anything about cc3260.dll, like what it's for etc.).
1. In Compiler tab - click the button 'Release'
2. In Linker tab - uncheck Use Dynamic RTL
3. In Packages tab - uncheck Build with runtime packages (this you already did)