Win application not very portable
I have a simple windows application built with Borland 4.52 using C++. When I try to run try to run the application on other PC's it won't run as some files are missing, the files are different depending on which type of application I build ie WIN32, Win3.1
the files are all .dll files and all can be found in the BC45\BIN folder
Can I build my application so that it will run without these files, or will I have to include them in the folder along with my program?
I have tried recompiling it as with lots of different settings in the build options but it always fails to run for the same reason.
the application works fine on my PC as the files are all present.
Any help to keep me sane?
thanks, but one more thing
Thanks for the help with the static linking, it works!!!!
But can I ask another newbie question?
My next problem is using bitmaps in the dialog. When I add bitmaps to the dialog the program will only runwith the compiler present. If I try to run it without the compiler i get a Unhandled exception message - "Exception #32747(no message available)"
I have tried different targets and build attributes using the BCWW library but to no avail
Any Help would be great