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Re: [TSVN] CString vs std::string

From: Will Dean <svn_at_indcomp.co.uk>
Date: 2004-12-22 12:33:00 CET

At 13:22 22/12/2004 +0200, you wrote:

> > But of course, using the STL means we have to link against the STL DLL, so
> > we might do better to avoid *that*!
>There's no such thing as "STL DLL". Some STL implementations have code
>in a LIB or DLL related to the iostreams classes, but the collections,
>algorithms and the string class are completely contained within the
>headers, not even CPPs, let alone LIB/DLL.

Hmm. Well, my std::string test brings in a depdency on MSVCP71.DLL (which
is what I always think of as the STL DLL, though I know that's not its
official title.)

The imports it uses from the DLL are members of std::basic_string.

I'm not sure how this squares with your assertion, but I can post a
'depends' screenshot if you're not able to perform this test yourself.


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