c++.command-line - -ND compiler switch
David Qualls <davidlqualls yahoo.com> writes:
Sorry if this is a previously discussed subject. I couldn't find how to search the forums. At http://www.digitalmars.com/ctg/predefined.html, it says: " _DLL Set to 1 when -ND is set. Means that the DLL RTL will be used rather than the statically linked in RTL. " I can't seem to find what "-ND" means. I'm running dmc version 8.42n and there is no mention of this switch when the command-line help is displayed. Later on in the same online help file there is the line: " WINDLL Generating Windows DLL. Defined for -WD. " which does make sense to me. Is the "-ND" a typo? David
Sep 11 2007
Walter Bright <newshound1 digitalmars.com> writes:
David Qualls wrote:Is the "-ND" a typo?All -ND does is set the default library to SND.LIB rather than SNN.LIB, predefine _MT, and predefine _DLL.
Sep 14 2007