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This seems to be a duplicate question: stackoverflow.com/questions/87405/…

2018年09月26日04分17秒

Relating to the answers here: the pros and cons between static and dynamic linking: stackoverflow.com/questions/1993390/static-linking-vs-dynamic-linking

2018年09月26日04分17秒

Good answer, just want to add that static linking may significantly increase size of your application.

2018年09月25日04分17秒

also - if it uses MFC, have to also set that property. See my post below for location.

2018年09月26日04分17秒

Using depends.exe doesn't help if there are manifest related issue and this is #1 cause for the specified error.

2018年09月26日04分17秒

Tip: run dependency walker, then "Save As..." to a text file. Do this on both machines, then compare the files. In my case, this showed me that the side-by-side configuration was incorrect, and that the Visual C++ redistributables were not being found correctly. In turn, this seems to have been caused by using a vcredist_x86.exe downloaded from Microsoft, not shipped with my own installation.

2018年09月25日04分17秒

This problem drove me nuts. It was easy to find versions of vcredist_x86.exe to download from Microsoft, but not the one from my VS installation. These did not solve the problem. Nor did any amount of manually copying the individual DLLs and manifests from the VS installation. By finally identifying where vcredist_x86.exe was located in my VS installation, and running that on my target machine, everything worked.

2018年09月26日04分17秒

This should be a question, not an answer. Anyway... If you're using /CLR:pure, then you're writing a managed application. Your problem is most likely very different from this.

2018年09月26日04分17秒