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    Visual C++ publish

    Hi!

    1. I build my application.(Release)

    2. I am using program outside Visual C++ Express to make a Setup.(Inno)

    What files do i need to build a setup(for software or a game?)

    Only Release files(2 files), release files(7 files these 2+ 5 release files inside map), or maybe something different?



    Thank you.

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    Re: Visual C++ publish

    That depends on a number of factors, among them:
    1. What kind of applicaiton is it (e.g. Conslole app, MFC, Windows Forms, WPF)?
    2. Did you statically link the MS libraries?
    3. Are you linking to any other libraries (e.g. RogueWave, Custom DLLs)?
    4. What file dependcies does you applicaiton have? You should be able to determine that by right-clicking on the Project name in the IDE and selecting Project Dependencies.

    Inno Setup is a very good tool, I've used it repeatedly over the years.

    You should also consider if you need to create any registry settings, sub-directores, etc.
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    Re: Visual C++ publish

    BTW - that's not really a Visual C++ question.
    "Effective teaching is the essence of leadership..."

    "There is no substitute for a carefully thought-out design."

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