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sorry, but how can i compile the samples, which are delivered with the dx7 sdk? I'm getting errors all the time... please help me. tucek I'm using VC++ 6.0, and there are more than 100 errors ... Edited by - tucek on 6/21/00 2:46:33 AM

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You will have to be more specific for anyone to help you. What compiler are you using? Whats error messages are you getting?

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If your getting tons of errors (100 or more) you''re probably forgetting to include the required libraries with the examples. You need (ddraw, d3d and dxguid usually). Hope this helps!

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You most likely did not include the libraries and/or did not set the correct path to the header files. Microsoft has set-by-step directions on their website for both Borland and VC users, so check that I''m sure it will help.

-B4

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If you''re using VC++, be sure that the DirectX7 SDK include/lib paths are _before_ the standard include/lib path (in options/directories).

ArgoN

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i am having the same problem, but i''ve looked at various tut''s and the sdk and all i get is a few hundred more errors

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Thanks to ALL!

specially to ArgoN!

that was what i needed to to!

(Yeah, there where more than 100 errors...)

But now there is another problem ->
i''m tried to compile bend.mdp (I''m using VC++ 6.0)
I got 13 errors:

unresolved external Symbol _IID_IDirect3DTnLHalDevice
.
.
.

I inluced all needed includefiles, and linked
ddraw.lib winmm.lib dxguid.lib ..\..\lib\d3dframe.lib

what can be the problem this time!


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Original post by ArgoN

If you''re using VC++, be sure that the DirectX7 SDK include/lib paths are _before_ the standard include/lib path (in options/directories).

ArgoN



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