does anyone know how to tell VB not to erase the *.obj files it creates when compiling
and if that is not possible how to invoke the C2 compiler so it compiles a VB prog
also is it possible to extract the *.obj from dll's
and if so would it be possible to link them directly (staticly) with the VB *.obj's ?
extracting *.obj's from librarys was done with lib.exe in QuickBasic but i dont find lib.exe on my machine does it not come with VB ? or have i just not installed it (i dont remember what i did install)
Not a serious suggestion: <grin>
Cheat. Create an app with a tight loop or low-interval timer. Attempt to open the obj files for locked unshared access. When the open succeeds, the obj has been written
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