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  1. Hi all, I'd appreciate some advise or pointing in the right direction regarding building an EXE with class dependencies. I have a project built with actor framework and when I build it to exe, I get lots of dependencies which I think should be included in the EXE as seen below: On my Source files build properties page I currently have nothing under Always Included. I did try including all of the lvlibs and including them in the EXE but it didn't make a difference. In summary, I think the way my EXEs are building is not right. It is easy to see what VIs I'm using (although you can't open them) and it doesn't look very professional. What are the best practices for building dependencies into EXE? Thanks
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