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I created a Win32 Dll project. After compiling, I got a .dll file in the Debug folder. However, the .lib file is nowhere to be found..?
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You won't get a .lib unless you export functions from the DLL. Do you have exported functions?
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by:boneTKE
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You won't get a .lib unless you export some symbols.
As an example, try creating Win32 dll project and select "dll that exports some symbols"

Good luck.
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Interesting :o)

The first eight words are pretty identical...
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jkr:

I know! I thought I was reading my own comment ;)
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