Microsoft KB Archive/100771
INF: Differences Between LINK and LINK32
PSS ID Number: Q100771 Article last modified on 06-29-1993
|The information in this article applies to:|
|- Microsoft 32-Bit Executable Linker for Windows NT, version 1.0|
Summary: The 32-bit LINK provided with Visual C++ for Windows NT is similar to the LINK32.EXE utility provided with the Microsoft Win32 Software Development Kit (SDK) for Windows NT. Although LINK and LINK32 have many common options, there are a few differences to be aware of when converting a build from LINK32 to LINK. More Information: The following options are unique to LINK and are invalid for LINK32: /COMMENT /DEF /DEFAULTLIB /EXPORT /IMPLIB /NODEFAULTLIB /NOLOGO /OPT /WARN The following LINK32 options are not applicable anymore, and hence they are invalid for LINK: /GPSIZE /HEAP /IGNORE /ROM /STRICT
Additional reference words: 1.00 Copyright Microsoft Corporation 1993.