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We have probably all developed those Visual Studio applications which rely on additional DLLs and static libraries containing our favorite snippets of code. My question is how best to manage this kind of project which is not all neatly contained in the project folder. If we add our library paths (elsewhere on the disk) to the project then we can be sure that we are linking with the latest versions of the libraries but archiving this arrangement is a nightmare. Another alternative might be to copy all the libs to a 'lib' folder within the application that we are developing. This would provide a self-contained project which could easily be archived but we may not be using the latest version of our libs.

I would be very interested to hear what other developers do. Is there a better way! Confused | :confused:

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Tony
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