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  1. Re: dirent has changed and it misses the d_type member

    Thank you, but that's really not what I want. If it changed and if they removed those things it was for a reason, so I'm just really looking for a place to use as reference to the new file system API.
  2. Re: dirent has changed and it misses the d_type member

    I will probably do that in the future yes (when I stop being lazy and get to installing boost again), but I really wanted to know what changed in the POSIX library.

    I used to use boost actually,...
  3. dirent has changed and it misses the d_type member

    I've recently gone back to MinGW and GCC after using Visual C++ for some years, and I wanted to make a directory reading class, so I just thought "Lets use our old buddy, the trustworthy dirent.h".
    ...
  4. Re: Undefined definitios when I try to compile a single file (GCC)

    Oh, I forgot to mention one more thing, this only happens with that file.

    If I try to build my main for instance (which also has references to GLEW), it builds fine.

    One more thing, why cant I...
  5. Undefined definitios when I try to compile a single file (GCC)

    I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this, if it isn't I apologize.

    When I try to compile a single file with GCC (I'm using Code::Blocks as my IDE if that is relevant) it gives me a...
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    multithreading not working as expected

    #include <iostream>
    #include <windows.h>
    #include <process.h>

    int x = 0, y = 0;

    void myFunc( void* arg ) {

    for(;;) {
    ++x;
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