GD. DLL. VS2017. WinSDK. 81. CRT. Dynamic
A build of GD library for Stone Steps Webalizer.
Install-Package StoneStepsWebalizer.GD.DLL.VS2017.WinSDK.81.CRT.Dynamic -Version 2.1.0-rev5
dotnet add package StoneStepsWebalizer.GD.DLL.VS2017.WinSDK.81.CRT.Dynamic --version 2.1.0-rev5
<PackageReference Include="StoneStepsWebalizer.GD.DLL.VS2017.WinSDK.81.CRT.Dynamic" Version="2.1.0-rev5" />
paket add StoneStepsWebalizer.GD.DLL.VS2017.WinSDK.81.CRT.Dynamic --version 2.1.0-rev5
This package contains GD C++ header files and libraries built in Visual Studio 2017 for
Win32 and x64 platforms and Debug and Release configurations. While this package is intended
for the Stone Steps Webalizer project, it can be used in other projects to make use of the
GD library. Stone Steps Webalizer is maintained at this location:
The GD library is explicitly referenced within this package and will appear within the
solution folder tree after the package is installed. The solution may need to be reloaded
to make the library file visible, so it can be moved into any solution folder, where it will
remain going forward.
Note that GD library path is valid only for build configurations named Debug and Release
and will not be found for any other configuration name. Do not install this package
for projects with configurations other than Debug and Release.
The GD DLL must be copied into the project output directory in the project post build
event. Use the `$(GDBinDir)` and `$(GDLibName)` macros defined in this package to reference
package files, like this:
xcopy /Q /Y "$(GDBinDir)$(GDLibName).dll" "$(OutDir)" > nul
This package has no dependencies.
This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.