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Dear All,

Somebody please help me on what I can write on Strip Private Symbols property
in Visual C++ Project Properties.

Visual studio ---> Project Properties -----> Linker----> Debug ----->


Strip Private Symbols------------?

Since there is no options in this filed, I am bit confused on what I will write!!!

Can I write any customized name? or any specific keyword should I write here


Thanks in advance.
Posted 13-Jan-13 22:28pm
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Garth J Lancaster at 14-Jan-13 4:59am
   
What version of Visual Studio Are you using ?
Ajain A K at 14-Jan-13 5:10am
   
Dear Garth,

Thanks for responding. I am using VSS2008
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Ajain A K at 14-Jan-13 8:55am
   
Thank u very much
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Solution 2

this link is appropriate for VS 2003, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/y87kw2fd(v=vs.80).aspx[^]

I havnt tried it myself (/PDBSTRIPPED) ...one thing to note is you can only do this if in fact you are creating a .pdb file (I think this mentioned in the page the link points to)

'g'
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Ajain A K at 14-Jan-13 8:55am
   
Thank u very much
Garth J Lancaster at 14-Jan-13 18:39pm
   
btw, I did a test late last night with vs2005 and defined a new c++ (console) project, and the settings were there - good luck dude, hope you sorted it
Ajain A K at 15-Jan-13 6:23am
   
It is okay now, Thanks Garth.
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Solution 3

hi,
see here[^]

the third paragraph gives some suggestions .
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Ajain A K at 14-Jan-13 8:55am
   
Thank u very much

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