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Posted 20 Jan 2011

Strategies for taking a program apart

, 20 Jan 2011 CPOL
If you have enclosed the smaller one in a DLL, one quick and dirty way to merge it with the main executable is to convert the DLL project into a static lib project. Now your main exe can statically link to it, which means you will end up with just a single binary.I reckon there will be some...



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