> Troy Jennings wrote:
> > I am building a project using MS VC++ 2005 (beta).
> Visual Studio Express 2005 was released a month and a half ago...
> > Is there a way to build the project so that it contains all of the
> > necessary libraries internally?
> Yes, but unless you're building GPL programs, you can't legally do it,
> for licensing reasons. Search the mailing list if you're tempted to
> argue about this. It's been discussed before.
> > how can I identify all of the libraries
> > necessary for a dll to be used properly?
> There are many freebie programs out there to do this. You might even
> have received one with VS Express, or the Platform SDK. They most
> commonly go by names like 'depends' and 'requires'. They are often
> command-line tools, but not always.
> Another one I know about is an Explorer shell extension called Inspect
> Exe, from Silurian Software. They want money for it, though.
Just to follow the trail here, is it even possible to make the .dll if you
only have Microsoft SDK, .NET SDK 1.1 and VC++ Toolkit 2003 ?