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How to set c++ builder that not require *.dll?

Posted on 2000-05-08
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I want to create my installation by c++
builder but now I have problem,so
it has require file .dll but I don't want that
How to set  property  to make it not require
.dll ? Help me plase
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Question by:Arsari
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by:Oliver_Dornauf
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What is the name of the DLL ? What is implemented inside ?
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by:Arsari
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I want to make *.exe to run insatll my program then it can call interpreter or path suddenly because now when I click
install *.exe it require .dll
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by:Arsari
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Sadhu earned 50 total points
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Do the following two steps

1. Project->options->Linker
 Uncheck "Use dynamic Rtl"
2. Project->options->packages
 Uncheck "Built with runtime packages"

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