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Re: Linker question?

From: Rob Tulloh
Subject: Re: Linker question?
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 10:41:08 -0600

To link a standalone binary, you need to link with /MT. The choices

/MD link with MSVCRT.LIB                 /MTd link with LIBCMTD.LIB debug librar

/MDd link with MSVCRTD.LIB debug library /F<num> set stack size
/ML link with LIBC.LIB                   /LD Create .DLL
/MLd link with LIBCD.LIB debug library   /LDd Create .DLL debug libary
/MT link with LIBCMT.LIB                 /link [linker options and libraries]

In your case, you want to compile and link with /MT so that you link with the
static version of the C runtime.

Hope this helps,


address@hidden wrote:

> Dear all,
> 1. We tried to use Microsoft linker to link a truely standalone executable
> (no system DLL's). That is a very small project that our developer wants. He
> hopes the codes(C++ or C) need to compile and link without any libraries.
> I would like to know can you provide some info about the compile
> option(cl.exe) or linker option(linker.exe) which has this function? Or can
> you tell me where I can start to look at?(Since I am new at this field).
> 2. What is the linker name of GNU? Whether gnu make has this function or
> not?
> Thanks a lot!
> Lixin
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