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From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-23 21:16:12
Iliyan Georgiev wrote:
> I noticed that the build process generates duplicate .lib files - versioned
> and unversioned. Is there a redundancy and do I need both in order
> auto-linking to work properly? If so, which type is redundant?
They are indeed "redundant". They are that way for people who prefer to
use shorter names in their build systems. Auto-linking uses the full
names, so you could get rid of the duplicate shorter named libs. NOTE:
It's only on Windows where they take up more disk space. On Unix there
linked to each other.
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