DevAssassin

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  1. Visual Studio 2010 Environment

    Damn, your right. I did accidently download the c++ edition. WHOOPS!!!!!!! Thanks.
  2. Visual Studio 2010 Environment

    I'm pretty sure all you need to do is change the environment settings. Each visual stuio you download, should come with these templates. All I should have to do is change the environment settings. But thats the problem, the templates are not there!
  3. Visual Studio 2010 Environment

    I guess its been a while since i've downloaded visual studio then because I have visual studio 2008 and I have all the templates. I just don't remember doing anything out of the way to get these templates. So your telling me I need to download visual studio C++ for every language I want to use? I don't think your correct if that is what your inquiring.. Are you 100% about that?
  4. I personally would learn a lot more about c++/c first. Then start combining languages. I personally like gluecode between c++ and lua to create games. Data driven design + OOP = Awesomeness. Java is extremely horrible with memory efficiency. I personally would never use java to create games period. Just a personal opinion though. C++ is the way to go when combining two languages.
  5. I recently have downloaded VS 2010. For some reason, I only see the c++ template. This is the only template I have. I already tried resetting the environment and the only options it gave me was "Basic and Expert". Does anyone know why would this occur? I didn't even see the option for "C#, General, C++ etc....." when resetting my environment. If anyone could help me, that would be awesome.