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FAQ4608C.txt - What is the naming convention for Windows versions of the RTL

Category   :Miscellaneous
Platform   :All Windows
Product    :All-CBuilder,   

Question:
What is the naming convention for Windows versions of the RTL?

Answer:
Let us examine the C++Builder 4.0 RTL DLL, 'CP3245MT.DLL',
for the RTL's naming convention.

The first character is a 'C' standing for C/C++. The
second character is either a 'W' or 'P'. 'W' means for
Windows and 'P' means for Pascal meaning VCL compatible.
'32' stands for 32-bit. '45' is the RTL's verions number
(NOTE: This usually matches the version of the compiler).
'MT' stands for Multi Threaded (NOTE: The non threaded RTL
does not have the 'MT').


5/25/99 11:51:26 AM
 

Last Modified: 01-SEP-99