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Two Applications In One Delphi Program/Project - $IFDEF & MSBuild

By August 28, 2012

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in Conditional Compilation :: The option to have different build configurations for your Delphi program allows you to have two (or more) different applications (executable files) being produced by the compiler/linker. For this purpose you would use a feature called conditional compilation.

The Conditional Compilation 101 is an introduction to the topic.

Questions answered include: Creating a custom build configuration, specifying a custom conditional symbol, linking different forms depending on conditional compilation, renaming the generated executable file...

Read the full article to learn how to have Two Applications In One Delphi Program (Using Conditional Compilation) - Part 2


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