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6.7.3 The Application Builder

The application builder, spld, is used for creating stand-alone executables. spld takes the files specified on the command line and combines them into an executable file, much like the UNIX ld or the Windows link commands.

Note that no pathnames passed to spld should contain spaces. Under Windows, this can be avoided by using the short version of pathnames as necessary.

See too-spld for detailed information about spld options etc.

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