i have a librariy around here that gets compiled and linked to a dll.
at the time of linking, visual studio 6 also creates a .lib file. how can i
split that compiling/linking ?
what i want to achieve is just only to generate this .lib file (because at
that time i cant completly link my libs because of its dependencies)
i already tried to export the dsp to a makefile and run:
nmake -d mylib.dsp /MAKE "mylib - Win32 release
but it seems that this also wants to create a .lib and a .dll file at the
so i tried to run:
nmake -d mylib.dsp /MAKE mylib.lib "mylib - Win32 release
but it seems that nmake cant handle the target within my nmake call..
any ideas about this problem ? would be really great !
thanks in advance