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VC++6.0 header files, library files, I have been installed, why is it a mistake?


c:\documents and settings\fg\??\?????\bookcode\chap16\the tower\trigger.cpp(1) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'Core_Global.h': No such file or directory

#include "Core_Global.h"
#include "Tile.h"
#include "Map.h"

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Project-> Properties -> C/C++ -> General -> Additional Include Directories : add the catalog where u header files exist.

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Or the posters are in China and are unable to get their hands on anything else due to operating system/hardware constraints. From what I hear, many Chinese folks are still running Windows XP.

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Or the posters are in China and are unable to get their hands on anything else due to operating system/hardware constraints. From what I hear, many Chinese folks are still running Windows XP.

 

Sure but even xp can run newer than vs6. Visual studio 6 is back in the windows 2000 and 98 days... There is at least visual studio express 2010 that will run on this...

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Or the posters are in China and are unable to get their hands on anything else due to operating system/hardware constraints. From what I hear, many Chinese folks are still running Windows XP.

 

Sure but even xp can run newer than vs6. Visual studio 6 is back in the windows 2000 and 98 days... There is at least visual studio express 2010 that will run on this...

 

 

Is VS 2010 express even still available from legitimate sources? Do any of the free *currently available* VS editions run on XP?

Edited by Oberon_Command

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Or the posters are in China and are unable to get their hands on anything else due to operating system/hardware constraints. From what I hear, many Chinese folks are still running Windows XP.

 
Sure but even xp can run newer than vs6. Visual studio 6 is back in the windows 2000 and 98 days... There is at least visual studio express 2010 that will run on this...

 



 
Is VS 2010 express even still available from legitimate sources? Do any of the free *currently available* VS editions run on XP?

 

This should be the AIO Express VS2010 ISO: https://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9709969

VC++ 2005 Express ISO: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=57034

 

Older version may be available on affiliate stores and program like onthehub and dreamspark premium programs... Before my uni dreamspark premium subscription ended (sorry MS, I will not pay over 300€ per year to extend my subscription, we have VS Community now :p) I was able to download tons of legacy software, like dev tools for MS DOS and VC6 and VB6.

Edited by Alessio1989

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Is VS 2010 express even still available from legitimate sources? Do any of the free *currently available* VS editions run on XP?

 

Sure...

 

http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/E/5/1E5F1C0A-0D5B-426A-A603-1798B951DDAE/VS2010Express1.iso

 

Have fun smile.png

 

Don't think 2013 or 2015 run on anything before vista though...

 

Edit: aren't we technically discussing warez here? You can't legitimately buy visual studio 6 anywhere, it's safe to say the op downloaded a dodgy copy as there was never a free express edition of vs6... Right?...

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There are many old copies and CDs and even retail boxes of it floating around.

Recently I ran across an unopened boxed version of Photoshop 5. Not CS5 from 2010, but the 1998 edition.

They still exist, and are sometimes used particularly by those trying to stick with licenced -- though outdated -- products. The MSDN links to the software go through Microsoft. I haven't seen comments asking about acquiring or giving away unlicensed software.

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