koshmaar at poczta.onet.pl
Sat Mar 18 03:42:09 PST 2006
> Hi there,
> I am develloping my software on many computers and will need to save
> space a lot. I have a good number of projects running, each of them
> has all those DLLs in their directories. On most of the PCs on which
> I work I cannot install those DLLs in the system folder. And I still
> need to save space. I was wondering if it was possible to install
> those DLL in a defined directory and tell my file exe to look there
> (ie: "../DLLs/SDL.dll"). This way I would be left with only my dev
> files in my working directory.
If you could dynamically load DLLs, then it's a piece of cake.
Otherwise, I don't know if it's possible.
> And another thing I was wondering, is the ability to merge those
> DLLs with my file.exe. I believe this may be against the license from
> SDL, but I believe if it is done in a way that somebody can actually
> upgrade them, by placing them in the directory... here's a more
> graphical example of what I mean:
> Is there any way this can be acheived? I'm not good with windows and I
> have no idea what can be done...
You could use existing programs, ie. http://www.molebox.com/.
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