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Compiling components in VB5.0

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Is there a way to compile the MSVBVM50.dll file into my application so that I don't have to write an install file to move it to the correct place?

Similarly, can I compile the winsock control component (MSWINSCK.OCX) in too so that I don't have to dump in windows/system or winnt/system32 during an install?

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Ernest
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There are no way to include all the OCX, DLL ... needed by your application.

The only thing you could eventually do is compile your application to native code.
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How do I do that...NT 4.0
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You go to the menu Project\Project Properties
in the tab Compile, Select compile to native code.
Once it is done, you can even set some items to optimize you app.
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