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I''m making the move to the .NET IDE... and so far I really like it (this hiding code thing is GREAT). But I''ve installed the DX9SDK and can''t figure out how to change the include directories... I''m using VC++.NET On VC++6.0 you just adjust them globally for the IDE and you can push an ''up'' button so it seaches your SDK directories before the ones supplied in VS.... Any help would be great. Thanks guys Pat

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Open your Projects Property box. Click in the C/C++ "tab" and then in the General category you find "Additional Include Directories". Voila



"Yeah, I would''ve killed you, but I''m glad I didn''t - the paperwork is a bitch"

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Thanks... Is there any thing else I should know about moving from normal studio to .NET with regards to developing DX applications?

Pat

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Yes, most old projects will not work properly with vcs.net, you''ll get errors like missing libci''s etc.

As far as I know the only way to repair this is to delete all project files and make a new project and add the source files etc. to it again.

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quote:
Original post by Siaon
Yes, most old projects will not work properly with vcs.net, you'll get errors like missing libci's etc.

As far as I know the only way to repair this is to delete all project files and make a new project and add the source files etc. to it again.


That depends.

So far I have had no problems converting C++ projects.



"Yeah, I would've killed you, but I'm glad I didn't - the paperwork is a bitch"

[edited by - rohde on August 17, 2003 8:16:48 AM]

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