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erwin
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« on: July 29, 2005, 06:45:13 pm »


The projects has some issues that visuall sstudio doesn't like.

- Can we convert .c to .cpp files ?
- Variable called 'new', not really recommended Smiley
Lots of other changes needed, I will give some more details, if time allows.

Did anyone ever try to compile this project using MS Visual Studio ? That would help new-comers a lot !

Thanks,
Erwin
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« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2005, 07:41:17 pm »


The projects has some issues that visuall sstudio doesn't like.

- Can we convert .c to .cpp files ?
- Variable called 'new', not really recommended Smiley
Lots of other changes needed, I will give some more details, if time allows.

Did anyone ever try to compile this project using MS Visual Studio ? That would help new-comers a lot !

Thanks,
Erwin


I will fix the 'new' variable. As to the .c files these really are .c files and not C++ files (you are talking about the files in dna?). I'm not sure if renaming them to .cpp will work properly. In CS we also have .c files for things that are really C and not C++. I wonder how CS solves this...

Greetings,
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« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2005, 08:03:45 pm »


The projects has some issues that visuall sstudio doesn't like.

- Can we convert .c to .cpp files ?
- Variable called 'new', not really recommended Smiley
Lots of other changes needed, I will give some more details, if time allows.

Did anyone ever try to compile this project using MS Visual Studio ? That would help new-comers a lot !

Thanks,
Erwin


I fixed the 'new' issue.

Greetings,
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