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WinInet.Lib for Borland C++ 5.00

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I have th eWinInet.lib for Visual C++. But I don't like this compiler. Does anybody know where to get this Library for Borland C++ ?
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Wininet.lib is API lib not MFC. So you can use it with any compiler.
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The Borland C++ Linker delivered with BC++ Version 5.02 moans, that there are some wrong OMT records in this library .. So there is definitly no use for this library in Borland.

I solved the problem by creating my own WinInet.lib from the WinInet.Dll using the ImpLib.exe from Borland. So now everything is fine.

Thanks for your quick respones
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