[Wine] msvcpXX.dll - It is legal to deploy with own applications?
sergiosamayoa at icon.com.gt
Fri Oct 26 16:11:17 CDT 2007
De: Reece Dunn [mailto:msclrhd at googlemail.com]
Enviado el: Viernes, 26 de Octubre de 2007 03:10 p.m.
Para: Sergio Samayoa
CC: wine-users at winehq.org
Asunto: Re: [Wine] msvcpXX.dll - It is legal to deploy with own
On 26/10/2007, Sergio Samayoa <sergiosamayoa at icon.com.gt> wrote:
> msvcpXX.dll - It is legal to deploy with own applications?
It is perfectly legal to deploy msvcpXX.dll (Microsoft Visual C++
Runtime) with your own application. When you install Visual C++ or
Visual Studio, there is a redistributable MSM (Installer Merge Module)
that you can integrate into the application's installer.
Most applications do this, for example Firefox.
> My own Delphi applications doesn't need it but Firebird's client software
> needs it.
Does the Firebird client software not install it? If it doesn't, that
is a bug on their part.
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