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  1. Re: Code works only on computer, when it was compiled

    See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms684175(v=vs.85).aspx and in particular the return value & GetLastError part. It will tell you exactly why it doesn't work
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    Re: Reduction of the flash footprint

    Yes, neither exception handling nor RTTI are enabled. Enabling that completely overflows the flash. If I remember correctly that added 40-50k or so.
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    Re: Reduction of the flash footprint

    Thanks Codeplug.

    I tried -Os and that reduced the footprint about 10% so that might be a way if the resulting speed is enough. Some parts of the code is speed critical so one way might be to use...
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    Reduction of the flash footprint

    I'm currently involved in an embedded (cortex M3) C++ project where we're about to run out of flash.

    A quick check of the map file give that, in our case, the destructors consume about 10-15% of...
  5. Re: Compatibility of Borland C++ Builder 6.0 and Windows 8.1

    That compiler is ancient so you should really considering updating to a newer version!

    Anyway, MS has a compatibility checker here...
  6. Re: Memory leak detection tool with Windows7 64 bit Visual Studio

    As AlexF says it's enough to call CrtSetDbgFlag in main to get leakage information. If you wan't to get more information (such as allocation line of code) you have to do the other stuff he mentions
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    Re: What do developers do all day?

    Rejecting requirements as contradictory to each other or unclear 30%...
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    Re: Makefile options to compile for 64 bit

    -m64 should be sufficient if you have a multilib (that contains standard libs in both 32/64 bits) gcc installed
  9. Thread: Windows 8

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    Re: Windows 8

    Ah, well I don't have a MSDN subscription. My employer think it's too expensive... :(

    The reason I used sysprep was that I built a new machine and didn't want all temporaries and other junk to...
  10. Thread: Windows 8

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    Re: Windows 8

    Can you elaborate that a bit?

    If possible I prefer not to have to make a complete reinstall.
  11. Thread: Windows 8

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    Re: Windows 8

    I'm still happy about Win8 but since I did the mistake using sysprep to move /users to another drive, well I'm not 100% happy anymore. Has anybody found a way (except a full reinstall) of making 8.1...
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    Re: Traffic light with THRSim11 68HC11

    As I can't send you the 68HC11 book I have on my shelf I hope this provide at least some help http://www.hc11.demon.nl/thrsim11/68hc11/
  13. Re: How to continue my programming development(evolution, growth whatever)

    As Laserlight say, books aren't enough, you absolutely have to do something yourself as well. Reading a lot of books will help you pass the interview questions but what good is that if you don't meet...
  14. Thread: Very Annoying Ad

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    Re: Very Annoying Ad

    When trying to open any forum attachment IE10 thinks that CG forums are malicious... :sick:
  15. Thread: #warning

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    Re: #warning

    That MSDN link doesn't say anything about other VC versions and normally they do.
    Also note that the #warning statement is in the J++ section :confused:. Maybe it was a mistake that it worked in VC...
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    Re: Request for a new forum

    Isn't that a bit like the chicken and the egg? ;)

    It's the site's responsibility to attract the users isn't it? If I were seeking information regarding coding for mobiles I wouldn't be very...
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    Re: UnixTimestamp to time

    Yes localtime is returning the local time :)
    If you don't want that use gmtime instead.
  18. Re: Understanding Synchronization in detail in MFC.?

    See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms686353(v=vs.85).aspx
  19. Re: Compiling blender with mingw64 / mingw32-make.exe

    Since your code doesn't build a debugger session isn't possible. If it build's, use gdb (make sure to compile with debug flags) to debug it.
  20. Re: Debugging a C# program that launches a Cygwin application

    If teLeap.exe successfully starts from a windows shell (cmd.exe) it should be possible to run it from the debugger as well. Have you restarted MSVC after updating the environment?
  21. Re: Debugging a C# program that launches a Cygwin application

    If the application you try to debug is built with something else than MSVC you can't debug it in MSVC (unless that other thing really is MSVC compatible). Or more correct, you might be able to debug...
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    Sticky: Re: CG members photo album

    Huh! This is what I get when clicking on a picture link!31563 Win8 Pro, IE 10
    Who are those other people in the picture, Nike employees?
  23. Re: writing and reading bytes - a Visual Studio issue ?

    I think Codeplug nailed it. Single stepping the code into CRT shows that 0xFFFF is the wide EOF character so your workaround isn't the way to go.
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    Re: .dlls in visual studio c++

    DLL search rules http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms682586(v=vs.85).aspx
  25. Thread: Printing to PDF

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    Re: Printing to PDF

    CutePDF supports bypassing of the Save As dialog. See http://www.cutepdf.com/support/faq.asp
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