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How To Execute Apps So That Missing Dll Dialog Boxes Show Up?

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dandv    0

Let me explain the question:


Suppose you have a Win32 application that depends on some DLLs. For example, wget.


If one of those DLLs isn't found in PATH, the application will display an error message when run, such as:


wget.exe - Unable To Locate Component
This application has failed to start because SSLEAY32.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.


The problem is that when run from NDN's command line, no such dialog box is displayed. With certain application, not seeing this pop-up message makes it extremely hard to debug problems.


Is there a way to make NDN run applications in such a way that this message box is displayed?

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