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- Subject: Re: VS 2005 CRT (was Re: Vista bug)
- From: Stefan Sandberg <keffo.sandberg@...>
- Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2007 16:52:51 +0100
W8, I didn't understand what you meant with the EULA thing there...?
Stephen Kellett wrote:
Matt Campbell wrote:
The most foolproof way to deploy the CRT is to include msvcr80.dll,
msvcp80.dll, msvcm80.dll, and Microsoft.VC80.CRT.manifest in the same
directory as the executable. If the executable has a correct
manifest, this will work anywhere. This is what Firefox 3 Beta 1
does on Windows.
This blog posting seems to be well written on the subject.
How to Debug 'The System cannot Execute the specified program' message.
And Microsoft's take on the same subject (a lot more dry than the above)
Troubleshooting C/C++ Isolated Applications and Side-by-side Assemblies
There is a problem with the solution you describe. Its not a problem
many people will run into. If the app you've been given is a debug
build you can't copy the appropriate DLLs without breaking the terms
of EULA. For most of the work I'm doing for my customers that is what
None of the information I've found this morning have I seen before.
Last time I came looking the information I found was not very helpful.