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Hey all! Is there anyone out there who knows where I can find some borland c++ compatible versions of the d3dx.h or d3dx8.h files? When i include d3dx8.h I get errors saying that _11,_12,_13 and so on haven''t been defined and that they''re not a member of D3DXMATRIX. Can anyone help me? Jesper

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You do not need any Borland specic headers. Perhaps do you get link erros?
Borlans specific libraries is needed and you can get them from http://www.geocities.com/foetsch/

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Hey it works now...
I have made my own libs from the d3d dll''s, so I don''t get any linker errors.
The problems seems to be that the d3dx8.h header uses a special way of declaring a matrix. The bc5 compiler doesn''t understand this, so the _11(and so on) needs to be defined manually.
But thanx for your help anyway! :-)

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