Trying to upload a LIB

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    Trying to upload a LIB

    I wrote a LIB that wraps my CThread class, which lets you spawn threads without worrying about cleaning up after them. I wanted to post the .lib and .h here but it wont let me post the .lib or a .rar or .zip. Any way around this that wouldnt violate the T&C of the site?
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    source or external link I think.

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    guess ill have to create a spam riddled free website to host my files then
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    Or get a gmail account.

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    There are MANY ways to put a file online for free, but the only way I can think of doing it here is to rename the extention to somthing acceptable, or become best buddys with someone here with power.
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    Post the source and the .h, then you don't have to worry about binary portability of a library.
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