Posted by: Jeff Luther
Well, couple of responses to your questions:
- "Complete list": If you run delploy.exe it expands to fill the \deploy
directory of the entire set of all the run-time files.
Now, which you specifically are *required* for your particular application
will depend on the code you use in your appl.
- "Window's DLLs delivered": I don't think there are any. I might be wrong,
but it's assumed the target end-user Windows machine is set up with the
proper O/S and that'll have all the Window's runtime files necessary. Gupta's
run-time are those that are part of TD only, I would think.
If you want the details of what's called in your EXE, I use a product called
PE Explorer from: http://www.heaventools.com/
that has a Dependency Scanner feature that will dissect the EXE for you. (It
also has disassembly and lots of other features as well.) The products does
cost, after a 30 day free trial.
There is also a FREE Dependency Walker utility (v2.2 is what I have) that is
copyrighted by Microsoft and is on this site:
Lastly, GWW has a page -- don't remember where -- that I downloaded and saved
that talks about run-time. It's for TD v4.1 and I'll attach a zip of it for you.
Jeff @ PC Design