C++ Dependency File (*.d)

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When you build a C++ project for 64-bit Windows, 32-bit iOS Device, 64-bit iOS Device or Android, Appmethod generates a C++ object file for each unit in your project (<unit>.o) and a C++ object file for your project (<project>.o). For each C++ object file, Appmethod also generates a C++ dependency file, with the same file name but d as file extension instead of o.

A C++ dependency file contains dependency information of a C++ object file.

Note: C++ compilers for 32-bit Windows and Mac OS X store this dependency information inside your C++ object files.

To change the output directory, use the Object file output directory option in Project > Options > C++ Compiler > Directories and Conditionals.

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