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I''m sure this one will be really easy for you smart people. I''ve been trying to set up DirectX, and tried to compile one of the samples. My compiler (Dev C++ v3.8) doesn''t like this: #include #include #include <[some other libraries].h> It says that those files/directories don''t exist. Huh? I''ve checked, they do. - Hobobo

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You have that trouble too? I ran into that trouble with DevC++ a while back. I went around a few msg boards and no one seemed to be able to help. So, I stoped using DevC++ and I''m now waiting for version 4 or more before trying it again.
In the mean time, I''m using lcc-win32. It''s great. With a bit of modifications (convert the C++ code to C), directX runs perfectly I think you should try it. The latest version(uploaded yesterday) is available at http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/

If you didn''t find this useful in anyway, hey, i did my best

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