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Tokamak compiling problem

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Agemaniac    104
i really don''t know if this is a problem in tokamak or no. so i dont know if it should be here are in other forum. when i include tokamak.h in my aplication i got the error ne_math.h(88) : fatal error C1001: INTERNAL COMPILER ERROR (compiler file ''msc1.cpp'', line 1786) Please choose the Technical Support command on the Visual C++ Help menu, or open the Technical Support help file for more information Error executing cl.exe. when i change the order of includes (include tokamak.h first) the error disappear. it is very strange. any help would be great.! thanks

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grhodes_at_work    1385
The first thing I''d recommend is that you download the latest service pack for your version of VC++. Also, you might want to install the current processor pack. This is as it says, an error with the compiler not (necessarily) with the code, and we''ve seen compiler service packs fix such things.

On the other hand, often very minor changes to source code (such as putting an extra pair of parentheses in there that don''t change the meaning of the code) can also get around this sort of thing. So, you might try just rewriting that line a few different ways to see what happens.

Graham Rhodes
Senior Scientist
Applied Research Associates, Inc.

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Metorical    580
hehe why they named it tokamak. Everytime I see the tokamak I think ooh, interesting, then am disapointed that it''s just a physics engine and not something to do with the real thing.

-Meto

p.s. sorry for the randomness, I got nothing to do at the minute and my brain is still deciding on what I should actually do.

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Platinum314    206
Makes me wonder if thermonuclear fusion is built into the physics engine. That would be interesting, although not as much as programming in relativity and quantum mechanics into a physics engine.

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