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DirectX 8.0 SDK -- Borland C++ Builder 4

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I have copied all the files from /include -> /include and /lib -> /lib ... so far so good. I wan''t to compile a sample program (Importing the Visual C++ project in C++Builder 4) and it generates a whole screen full of errors, example: [C++ Error] d3dx8math.inl(1107): E2268 Call to undefined function ''sqrtf''. I''ve compiled also a project that didn''t use d3d and it generates errors too. Do I really have to use MSVisualC ? or I am doing something wrong... .-/303\-.

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The error is more about differences between Borland and MSVC than problem with DX itself. To solve it define sqrtf as (float) sqrt.

If I understands it right have you copied the MSVC libraries and that will certainly not work. You must have libraries in OMF format http://www.geocities.com/foetsch/

They are for the latest builder so perhaps can you not use them. Here is an alternative that has the sources included http://sites.netscape.net/ptrpck/borland.htm

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