I have inherited a couple of VB apps, that have up to ten home-grown VB controls they use.
The previous developer had all of these compiled in a c:\Program Files\My Company\bin folder, and all of the vbp projects referenced them there.
Then the Install package wrote them to %system% during the install.
Q: What's the easiest way to manage/deploy VB apps with multiple VB controls in them?
Here are a few utilities for packaging and deployment which I use;
Dependancy Walker; http://www.dependencywalker.com/
Inno Setup; http://www.jrsoftware.org/isinfo.php
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