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Submitted on: 2/20/2015 8:14:00 AM
By: William W (from psc cd)  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 2 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     These Two Programs Allow you to have complete control over how your project is compiled and linked I originally had a linker in with my Make Windows DLL files submission this is newer than the linker helper provided with that Advanced linker allows you to: Change or add commands going to the linker to change the base address, file name, entry point, even make console programs, and change the version of windows your program will run on and just about everything else C++ lets you change. Advanced Compiler allows you to: Add or Remove Commands Going to the compiler to change to Multi Threaded applications, Processor optimizations, stack probes and just about everything C++ lets you change. Even an option to save all .obj and intermediate files from your program Well documented and brings up a switches window when you don't supply arguments, with all the possible switches you may use. Simply add CMDFILE.TXT to your programs directory to supply linker arguments. Add COMPFILE.TXT to your programs directory to add or remove Compiler arguments. Link makes a log of the linkers output and all commands sent before and after (use /Verbose in CMDFILE.TXT to see each pass) C2 Makes a log of the compiler Output and commands before and after for each file anytime COMPFILE.TXT is present in the programs directory and with the *-Save switch it'll save all files to a directory named 'Obj Files'. These programs just 'intercept' the commands to the linker and compiler from the IDE allowing you to change or add commands. Take Complete Control over your IDE today after compiling and adding the Linker and Compiler to your VB Directory (Rename C2.exe to C3.exe and Link.exe to LinkLnk.exe First!). Comments Appreciated!

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1/3/2016 8:41:48 AMHUMPHREY

look good, will check it out
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