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VC++ 2008 Question.

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First of all hello! I just want to make you aware that I am new to game programming and VC++.. Now that that is out of the way, here is my situation. I'm setting up the SDL library's with VC++ using the tutorial. The problem I'm having is under 'Project Settings - Configuration Property's', I do not see the C/C++ tree. What two of the steps require are this: /* 11)In the C/C++ menu under general, set "Detect 64-bit Portability Issues" to "No". 12)In the C/C++ menu under Code Generation, set "Runtime Library" to multi-threaded dll. * Any suggestions on how to go about doing the above?

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The C/C++ tree will only show up once you add a C or C++ source file to your project. Try adding an empty .cpp file.

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The C/C++ tree will only show up once you add a C or C++ source file to your project. Try adding an empty .cpp file.


Ah hah. Now I understand. I think I ended up putting the solution explorer on auto-hide, but thats all fixed now. Thank you for your help!

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