However, there is a lot of mature consumer, it will not affect you sales as much as you think. Net Reflector to decompile the assembly, but hackers have their own tools. I am still running Win 8. No, because you are totally confused, and, formally, the questions don't even make sense. Please help me get rid of them.
I want this to compile to a stand alone exe file, but I can't seem to find the proper settings to do this. I plan to do a disc defrag. . You may be prompted for the admin password again. Thanks A compiler creates an object file, and a linker creates an executable. I am running virus scan now and so far after 15 min nothing has come up showing there is a virus.
The makefile needed is automatically generated. In practise it obviously requires effort and the question would be if someone would be sufficiently motivated to do that. Then change to that directory at the command-line and invoke your compiler. If running in release mode then go to the release folder. I'm going to take it in to get it fixed. To create this article, 19 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time.
Type cd programName to open a program's directory. Though it can be used for smaller projects, it's simply inconvenient. This question is ambiguous, vague, incomplete, overly broad, or rhetorical and cannot be reasonably answered in its current form. There are several ways to compile c-files. After editing the three entries above, close the Registry Editor and reboot your computer. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the , please. If you've got a running program then you must have an exe file.
I understand that I need a Makefile, but what shall I write into it to have an executable file after the compilation process? You can download Dev-Cpp here: Note: As you spoke about cygwin I assume you use Windows. So, there is no direct way in the case of native machine code like C++ executable, just to press a button and decompile is impossible. When you compile through a command prompt, by default we use compound commands to compile and build it or the commands from the compiler do it for us. I downloaded Windows 10 and the blue circle kept flashing so I ended up uninstalling it. I'm not familiar with net beans, but this is only half compiled. I've written an app that is very simple in C.
It is very slow to go thru it's process. If it's a setup file for a program, you'll be able to proceed through the installation prompts as if you were using Windows. I use the codeblocks compiler for my C code, and with that, it does it for you, just go into the project folder of the project you just made, then go into the bin folder, then go into the debug folder, and there is a program in there, which is your program and it is a. The entire computer is very very slow. Chances are they have and don't get it.
Open programs that have been installed. . Can anyone please tell me how to do this? Similar to this question But nothing there works for me. It will take a skilled developer to understand the decompiled C code produced. Net Reflector to get readable source code just by pressing a button. I've read some tutorials but still don't get it.
I want that my C winform produce a exe file! Ok, let's be simple, i made an app on C. Net Reflector, people write it is possible to extract a source code out a. The entire computer is very very slow. Install the Mono libraries if the program requires. You can cross-compile from another platform, e.
There is nothing to extract. If none of this helps, what can I do to get the computer to run faster and keep that black box from popping up? Download and install Xcode from the Mac App Store. . You can certainly use a command line. This article has also been viewed 318,076 times. How can this be done? Also review the build output window and see if any errors are being thrown - in which case nothing will be built to the output folder, of course. In short: there's no realistic way of doing it.
Net, and now i have. My friend if you read my first post again I have clearly mentioned that --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How can I convert it into a setup program to install on a windows based computer. I plan to do a disc defrag. To create this article, 15 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. I also don't think it's very good for console projects. This C code is for running a Winform application that I have merged together.