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Delphi 2005 generating a map file with exe file

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I've been developing Delphi DLLs and not EXEs.  And now I need to generate an EXE file for the first time and can't seem to find the way to stop a map file begin generated along with the exe file.

I know it must be simple but I've already spent too much time looking for it.  And when I install the exe on user machines it won't run unless the map file exists.

What to do?

Thanks.
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Are you using MadExcept or something else that requires MAP files? Some Delphi expert perhaps? Or some unit that checks for these MAP files?

Anyway, you can turn the generation of MAP files of with your project options, the Linker tabpage. Or isn't thins the MAP file you're mentioning?
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