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    Re: Compiler / linker flags

    Thanks 2kaud. Phew! There are quite a lot of them!! :D

    I'm working through those lists to find which ones are relevant but in the meantime, another problem's cropped up...

    Because we're...
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    Compiler / linker flags

    I'm helping a friend to modify a waf script for a program which was originally intended to be compiled with gcc/mingw. He's trying to adapt it to be buildable with MSVC. The script contains a table...
  3. Re: Switch git to a new upstream branch (without losing my local changes)

    Here's an idea that occurred to me, just after my original post...

    1) The upstream dev syncs to git master and then creates his new upstream branch called feature
    2) At the same time, I sync my...
  4. Switch git to a new upstream branch (without losing my local changes)

    Let's say I'm working from a git repo which we'll call upstream/master. Each day, I pull in changes to my local master branch (but, over the years, I've made changes to my master branch, locally)....
  5. Re: Need Suggestion to choose Visual Studio Version ...

    Seriously?? That sounds like a great recipe for an app that'll soon become difficult to maintain - and which won't have the same look & feel on different platforms. I can envisage label widgets /...
  6. Re: Need Suggestion to choose Visual Studio Version ...

    If your apps use a commercial installer (such as InstallShield) it's possible that the installer will allow you to distribute the CRT components which correspond to your build. For example we use...
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    Re: macro with mupltiple parameters

    I'm not sure if it's relevant but someone just suggested to me that this MSVC bug might be causing the problem I'm seeing. I can't tell from that article which version of MSVC was being discussed but...
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    Re: macro with mupltiple parameters

    // In the header file:-
    #define FT_BEGIN_STMNT do {

    #define FT_END_STMNT } while (0)

    #define CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETERS 500, 400, \
    ...
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    macro with mupltiple parameters

    Keep in mind that in the following example, SET_DARKENING_PARAMETERS_0 is a fairly simple macro which accepts 9 parameters. The first one is called driver and the other 8 are all ints. Basically, the...
  10. Thread: cpu ID

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    Re: cpu ID

    I just clicked the lightbulb emoticon because this suddenly makes sense to me. Thanks Alex. :thumb:

    So presumably, even different parts of the same function could theoretically get executed on...
  11. Thread: cpu ID

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    Re: cpu ID

    Hmmm... this is puzzling me. Consider this code:-


    // In a DLL somewhere...
    void functionB()
    {
    printf("functionB called on core #%d\n", GetCurrentProcessorNumber());
    }

    // In my main...
  12. Thread: cpu ID

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    Re: cpu ID

    Yes, that was exactly what I needed 2kaud. Sadly, CG won't allow me to rate your post but thanks anyway!!
  13. Thread: cpu ID

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    cpu ID

    If someone has (say) a quad-core CPU, do the cores have any kind of UID which can be interrogated by a program (i.e. to find out which core a given thread is running on)? Here's why...

    I'm working...
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    Re: CreateSymbolicLink()

    No, in fact it seems to be one particular program (quite an old program) which gets confused. Everything else seems to work fine.
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    Re: CreateSymbolicLink()

    Of course... what was I thinking?!?

    But here's something weird... I just tried experimenting with mklink. It was happy to create links to a file on the same volume or a file on a different...
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    Re: CreateSymbolicLink()

    Some good information there. Thanks!



    In a nutshell, the code I'm compiling calls CreateSymbolicLink() - but I'm building with VC8 which doesn't support that function call. But having said...
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    Re: CreateSymbolicLink()

    I did some experiments this morning and FWIW hard links cannot be created across a disk drive boundary. You can only link to a file on the same disk drive. Does anyone know if the same is true for...
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    Re: CreateSymbolicLink()

    Thanks Victor, I think that's what was in the back of my mind.

    Does anyone know if either hard links or symbolic links can work across volumes? i.e. can you create a link to a file on some other...
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    Re: CreateSymbolicLink()

    To be honest, I'm guessing that a plain shortcut would suffice - but I can't even find a function for creating a shortcut. And yet I'm pretty certain I've used this kind of functionality before......
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    CreateSymbolicLink()

    Some source code I'm working with calls the function CreateSymbolicLink() - described here. Unfortunately, I'm having to build with VC8 which doesn't seem to have that function (apparently, it should...
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    Re: Recent Windows update breaks app installation

    Hi Arjay. I just thought I'd update you. A lot's been happening over on that original Microsoft Community Forum. I don't know if it was down to your influence but thanks either way. Two of the...
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    Compiler flag '/vd2'

    I don't know how many of you are familiar with Glib and Gtk+. They're part of a suite of libraries which often get used to produce cross-platform GUIs (a bit like Qt etc). Each library has an object...
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    Re: Recent Windows update breaks app installation

    Thanks Arjay.

    At our end, we haven't had any further reports of this problem. But over on the Microsoft forum several other people have reported the exact same experience, so I think it's...
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    Re: Recent Windows update breaks app installation

    Hmmm... fell at the first hurdle. It seems that there are only 21 products currently accepting bug reports. Windows Update isn't one of them :cry:

    I followed various links from that page and...
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    Re: Recent Windows update breaks app installation

    Fair point. In fact, I'd already reported it against the relevant knowledgebase article (though whether that'll get it noticed is anybody's guess). I'll follow Victor's recommendation too.
    ...
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