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reply eric_smith <eric_smith_member pathlink.com> writes:
Here (exactly) is the documentation for creating win32 exe's under Compiler and
Tools Guide>>Compiling>>Win32 Programming. It seems to have never been filled
in. 


Compiling Win32 Executables
This section explains how to create various kinds of Win32 executables. 

what are the switches??

eric
Aug 16 2002
next sibling parent eric_smith <eric_smith_member pathlink.com> writes:
oops! I was just being a blockhead. However, differentiating the head sizes in
the HTML wouldn't be a bad idea. 



In article <ajj907$1p3e$1 digitaldaemon.com>, eric_smith says...
Here (exactly) is the documentation for creating win32 exe's under Compiler and
Tools Guide>>Compiling>>Win32 Programming. It seems to have never been filled
in. 


Compiling Win32 Executables
This section explains how to create various kinds of Win32 executables. 

what are the switches??

eric

Aug 16 2002
prev sibling next sibling parent Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
eric_smith wrote:

 Here (exactly) is the documentation for creating win32 exe's under Compiler and
 Tools Guide>>Compiling>>Win32 Programming. It seems to have never been filled
 in.

 Compiling Win32 Executables
 This section explains how to create various kinds of Win32 executables.

 what are the switches??

I think the newer compilers make Win32 exe's per default. The switch however is -mn, thus dmc -mn <file.c/cpp> This however makes a 'Console' executable. Check other messages for making a 'GUI' executable. Jan
Aug 16 2002
prev sibling parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
"eric_smith" <eric_smith_member pathlink.com> wrote in message
news:ajj907$1p3e$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Here (exactly) is the documentation for creating win32 exe's under

 Tools Guide>>Compiling>>Win32 Programming. It seems to have never been

 in.


 Compiling Win32 Executables
 This section explains how to create various kinds of Win32 executables.

 what are the switches??

Sorry about the confusion, the switches are in www.digitalmars.com/ctg/sc.html
Aug 16 2002