[SDL] Distributing SDL apps built with Visual Studio .Net
smirk at thebuicksix.com
Thu Aug 26 13:06:38 PDT 2004
On Aug 26, 2004, at 3:57 PM, stu at evilx.com wrote:
> Wow...thanks for the l33t and witty answer! I'll definitely be sure to
> post all my newbie questions here in the future...
> oh yeah I almost forgot...
> Micro$oft $ux!
> ...am I cool now?
I'm gonna tell you the same thing I told ... Cliff Bryant - DONT' SPAM
It's okay, IMO, to bitch someone out, so long as your post actually
benefits the list - as in my post that actually ANSWERED YOUR FUCKING
QUESTION YOU PRICK.
Man I gotta keep away from the afternoon crowd - you guys are such
> On Thu, 26 Aug 2004, Donny Viszneki wrote:
>> Have you ever even /used/ Windows before? I mean, really, that
>> operating system is known for "DLL Hell" almost as much as its lack of
>> security. If you'd have used Google instead of running to this mailing
>> list the second you had a question you might have seen that plenty of
>> perfectly legitimate websites distribute this runtime library and the
>> hundreds of others. It wouldn't surprise me at all if the latest
>> "Service Pack" (or whatever name Microsoft has been whitewashing over
>> nasty terms like "bug fix,") contained this library or others like it.
>> You are free to distribute this file. It's just their C runtime
>> On Aug 26, 2004, at 11:51 AM, stu at evilx.com wrote:
>>> Hi everyone-
>>> I recently upgraded to Visual Studio .Net and am new to SDL. Last
>>> night I
>>> sent my brother a beta of the game I'm working on to test. When he
>>> to run it he got an error, stating mscvr71.dll wasn't found. This
>>> comes with Visual Studio .Net so he doesn't have it, so I sent him
>>> and he put it in the game directory and it worked fine. My question
>>> is is
>>> there a switch somewhere in visual studio where I can turn off the
>>> requirement for this DLL? And if not, will microsoft throw a hissy
>>> fit if
>>> I just include the DLL with my game distribution...wtf is this DLL
>>> is it for the debugger or all that BS .Net framework or what?
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>>> SDL at libsdl.org
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