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Hey everybody! I''m using VC .NET 2002. When I build my Win32 DLL project it does not generate a .lib file. I have checked all the possible options in the properties of the project. There is a weird one: Configuration type. There I can choose what file do I want to generate .lib or .dll file. What if I want both of them? Even if I set the option for .lib file it does not generate it.. What can I do to fix the problem? Thanx!

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Can I link my client app to my dll without a .lib file?

[edited by - idinkin on August 11, 2003 2:05:17 AM]

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All I do to compile a DLL is pass the /LD switch to the compiler.

Are you actually exporting anything? ie do you have
__declspec(dllexport)
declared in front of the appropriate functions?

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The compiler does not recodnize /LDd...
I have entered it in the Linker property page..

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