Are you using any extra DLLs, or just the standard C/C++ runtime?
From http://herbert.the-little-red-haired...ows/index.htmlStatic Libraries
Borland C++ Builder
Borland does not really encourage us to do this. Obviously they just could not imagine anyboudy would like to do something as obscure as a static library? Therefore there is no tool for this included in the integrated development environment.
If somebody absolutely insists on producing static libraries anyway will have to live with the command line utilities in the Commandline Window. For creating static libraries there is the the program tlib.exe, which I am not going to go in further detail about. Call syntax and possible options are documented in the online documentation to the C++ Builder.
For those who have to live with this piece of software I only recommend creating a dynamic library instead. That has some glitches, too, but will in the long run be much less annoying.
Useless food for thought: http://www.ddj.com/windows/184416443