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Begin() not a method of ID3DXFont? Plus some others...

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I''m trying to share some of my code with someone else, but when he compiles it, he''s getting some rediculous errors: C:\Documents and Settings\Me\My Documents\egate2\egate_font.cpp(25) : error C2664: ''D3DXCreateFontIndirectA'' : cannot convert parameter 2 from ''struct tagLOGFONTA *'' to ''const struct _D3DXFONT_DESCA *'' Types pointed to are unrelated; conversion requires reinterpret_cast, C-style cast or function-style cast DrawText does not take 5 parameters. Begin not a member of ID3DXFont. End not a member of ID3DXFont. Begin does not take 0 parameters. He has the 2003 summer update DirectX 9 and I just downloaded mine in March. Can anybody help us? Thanks! Thanks, Donny, Dragonfire Games =========================================================== using DirectX9/C++(MSVC++ 6 Pro. Ed.) ===========================================================

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You can''t be using the same version of the SDK. They changed the parameters between the versions, bad Microsoft bad. You may have downloaded the summer update but you can''t be using it. Check the order of your includes and make sure that the summer update path is before the other one. They removed begin and end from ID3DXFont and draw requires 6 parameters.

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D3DX is EXPLICITLY a utility library that is linked statically with your application, and which they change the API for with each SDK release. It''s documented to change, you know it, you choose to use it.

Note that even if you download an SDK, the default include paths may find some other version of the header/libraries, depending on all the different search paths in both the IDE, the environment, and the project settings. That''s probably your problem.

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