Re: building Debug library?

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Wed, 17 Mar 2010 22:41:22 -0400
Julie wrote:

Hi, I'm using Visual C++ 6.0. I have a project which builds a DLL and
a .lib. For some reason, when I compile the release version, the .lib
is being added to the "Debug" directory, while the .dll is being added
to the "Release" directory. That's not right, right? Where is it being
specified to add the .lib to the Debug directory?

The DLL goes to the file specified under

Project | Settings | Link | General | Output file name

There doesn't appear to be a setting in the UI controlling the lib file. =
In Project Options under Link tab, find /implib: switch - that's the one =
that controls where LIB file goes.

And should I assume
the .lib is debug (not optimized)?

That's import library. It doesn't actually contain any code - just =
references to its corresponding DLL. Since there's no code, there's =
nothing to optimize.
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