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Hi everybody, i'm working with a mod of CS: Source but i don't know why when i compile the code is said i didn't had vc9.pdb. Please someone help me, any idea how to make it work ? Thanks

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Missing vc80.pdb


You may encounter these warnings after trying to compile one of the other tool/library projects included in the SDK. You see it because your code has been compiled with VS2008 (VC9), whereas the SDK's .libs were compiled with VS2005 (VC8).The warnings prevent the compilation of PDB files. The easiest way to fix them is to build the library which is generating them yourself!








Versions of changed, but I imagine the advice is the same.

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Missing vc80.pdb


You may encounter these warnings after trying to compile one of the other tool/library projects included in the SDK. You see it because your code has been compiled with VS2008 (VC9), whereas the SDK's .libs were compiled with VS2005 (VC8).The warnings prevent the compilation of PDB files. The easiest way to fix them is to build the library which is generating them yourself!








Versions of changed, but I imagine the advice is the same.



Thanks ! I did it. Now i can compile my code

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