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problems with GBA devkit and VC++ integration..

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i posted this on the GBAdev.org forum, and i have no doubt that the community would be more than helpful to me, but it''s just taking a very long time. seeing as this place is more populated here''s the problem: ok i downloaded the DevAdvKit and installed it in the root directory, like it said. then i got the VC++ integration kit and installed that. now i can greate GBA projects, but when i go to compile them, i ALWAYS get the error: "gba test.mak(148) : fatal error U1087: cannot have : and :: dependents for same target" i have no clue what the hell that means. i''ve tried all the combinations of headers and stuff that the project wizard gives (of course not pern+anything else) and i always get this error. using VC++ 6 and the newest version of DevKitAdv. i''ve made sure all directories in the MAK file are correct; i''ve made sure to follow all readmes and everything, and it''s just not making sense. ---------------------------- hey, i know how to use DX8 now! sort of.. well i''ve got the object loading, rotation, positioning, camera, text and lights down... now for input and sound.

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NM it was finally answered. thanks for ALL your help tho

you just think i''m here. i''m really not.

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