Diffrent Builds ?!?!
What are the diffrences for these. I am reviewing for a C++ final and can't find this in my book.
I know one of them is a build that does not contain any debugging information, and one is the when you first make a project and complile it.
I think final is the one that does not contain any compile information and release is the one when you first compile a new project/program. Is this rt ?
Win32 DEBUG is the one that contains debug info.
Win32 RELEASE doesn't contain debug info, released to the public.
I guess Win32 final is the same as Win32 release.
Debug and release come as standard (the IDE always creates them), but there is no reason why you can't invent your own to mean whatever you want.
So final suggests a final (to the customer) build, perhaps with everything rebuilt from scratch and serial number / registration build-in
Got it thanks for you help guys !