Re: msvcr80.dll and msvcr80d.dll

Seems pretty obvious. Set an entry in that multiple-string registry entry
to the path where you want the loader to look for additional EXEs and DLLs.

"SystemPath"=MULTI_SZ:"\\myfolder\\","\\another folder\\"


Paul T.

"San" <San@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
What should I change on this code for setting as windows CE's dll search
the directory whre I have my dll files??


I've searched on VS2005 help but I don't find anything...


"Roger Williamson" wrote:

A word of caution to anyone reading this thread. I eventually had to go
put MFC in the CE image anyway.

"Roger Williamson" wrote:


I'm going to go with the "take the two dlls and register them with
platform.bib" approach. It seems to be working so far.

Thanks for helping me weigh the options.


"Paul G. Tobey [eMVP]" wrote:

Other ways to do what? Keep the DLLs around? We don't know
about your device, so we have no way of knowing what folders might be
persistent, if any! You can add the folders that are persistent to
the list
of places that the loader looks when trying to find EXEs and DLLs, if
have such a place. Look up Search Path Registry Settings in the

Paul T.

"Roger Williamson" <RogerWilliamson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote
message news:6D9F8939-9EEF-499B-B784-0905D7C7C642@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

I'm actually running CE 5.0.

As far as pulling the dlls out and putting them in my .bib file, I
hoping to avoid doing that, and I was told specifically to never
have MFC
the image. Are there any other ways?

Thank you,

"Paul G. Tobey [eMVP]" wrote:

You can't really do that directly any more (MFC now comes with
with Windows CE). Of course, you could just add them to one of
your BIB
files, project.bib, for example. I try to stay away from MFC, so
tried to build it into any CE6 systems, which I hope is what
There might be a better or more-maintainable way. A search of the
is your best bet for finding that:;

In the Group field, enter microsoft.public.windowsce.* to search
all of
Windows CE groups. For this question, "MFC" and "ce6" might be

Paul T.


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