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Blubbo18-Feb-14 6:39
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I am not sure if there is an easy way to compile the codes. I have created 1 exe and 4 dlls.

The exe relies (depends) on 4 dlls ('a', 'b', 'c', 'd').

Illustration is as shown below:
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exe -> 'a' -> 'c' -> 'd'
    -> 'b' ----^


The 'd' dll is the lowest level. The 'd' is referenced in 'c' dll. and so on. Also that 'a' and 'b' dlls are referenced in exe.

Now when making changes in 'c' dll, I would compile the exe but the 'c' dll remains previous version, not updated when compiling the exe. I would have to compile each dlls ('a', and 'b') then the exe so that the updated 'c' dll is passed over to the exe.

Now for the question is there the easy way to compile those dlls at once? Thanks!

<edited>: Forgot to add that I'm using Visual Studio 2010

modified 18-Feb-14 12:56pm.

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