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  1. Re: running/debugging console app that needs admin privileges

    Wicked. So, if I change the Linker > Manifest file to be the privilege level I desire, does that get imbeded in the .exe?

    OK. Yes and no. If I now open a non-admin CMD prompt and run the .exe,...
  2. running/debugging console app that needs admin privileges

    I see there's something called a manifest file but VS C++ EXPRESS seems different than non-express. The solutions I've seen show applets/tabs that I don't have in Express.

    In one of my physical...
  3. Re: VS C++ Express directories/disk layout/structure

    Does one have to manually delete the folder structure as technically there's no way to delete a SOLUTION that I can find.
  4. Re: VS C++ Express directories/disk layout/structure

    *sigh*

    I created a new project/solution called "verify". All directories were put on D and not a stitch on C. So far, so good.

    I then deleted "verify" project using the left-hand Solution...
  5. Re: VS C++ Express directories/disk layout/structure

    I looked at the .sln file and see that it DOES point to the D:\ directory as it should. So, it's some kind of hybrid, half-residing in c:\users\jim and half on D:\Libraries\Documents\Visual Studio....
  6. VS C++ Express directories/disk layout/structure

    I had previously attempted to put all my VS C++ stuff on my D data partition. It seems I have 4 projects out there.

    But, it looks like I have one project that's partly on C and partly on D.

    ...
  7. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    I'm aware of global vs. project-specific settings.

    It would help if a pop-up box would occur when you attempt to change the global settings:

    These global VS setting changes will only affect...
  8. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    If the MVSC gui was intuitive, I wouldn't be asking these questions.

    One more time and then on to another board if no one will answer:

    what are OPTIONS for solution folders/projects?

    For...
  9. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    Just as I expected. Totally unintuitive.

    This is WHY I'm asking specific questions.

    I decided to delete my old test "project" from my solution "test". Good.

    I then RENAMED the solution...
  10. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    To reiterate: I did NOTHING other than a vanilla install of VS C++.

    So, after original installation and using the "test" project, and completing the code, letting everything default to...
  11. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    krmed, so you're saying that I should have ONE solution per "solution" (project)?

    Since I currently have "test" as my top-level "solution" of which BOTH system image and test are underneath that,...
  12. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    OK. I looked through the sln and vcxproj files (3 of them?) and no C: hardcoded anywhere. I can only come to the conclusion that VS C++ isn't designed to coherently move files around.
  13. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    Thanks krmed, I think I get how this macro/panel interaction works now.

    Can anyone answer my other question re: Solution explorer?

    What makes the most sense? Having a CONSOLE and GUI "tree" in...
  14. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    I haven't done that yet. Good point. I've read that there are paths inside those files.

    To reiterate: I haven't hardcoded any paths anywhere other then the Project and 2 template paths that one...
  15. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    I never did a thing other than a vanilla install UNTIL I moved the 3 primary libraries (projects and 2 templates) that are movable via the standard option panels.

    I guess I have go through every...
  16. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    Since the output tab/window says:

    System Image.vcxproj -> C:\Users\Jim\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\test\Release\System Image.exe

    It seems maybe this setting resides inside a .vcxproj...
  17. Re: consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    I looked through every options and project properties screen I could find. Nowhere is C: specified or anything even resembling a full path....

    I simply installed VS C++ vanilla.
  18. consolidating all libraries (user and VS C++ infrastructure ones)

    I decided to get adventurous and move my 3 project and template directories from C to D.

    D . Libraries . Documents . Visual Studio . Projects. Templates....etc.


    However, when I compile, it...
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    Re: My very first C program (Windows - console)

    I'm well aware that many languages have local/global variables. I've never ever had to address this concept until a month ago.

    What should I do when many of these arrays are accessed in multiple...
  20. VS C++ 2010 Express - Solution folders - underlying folder structure on disk

    OK. I need someone to explain to me the conceptual usage of Solution folders/projects.

    Attached is what I have. I created a project called test but there seems to be 2 layers of test folder...
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    Re: My very first C program (Windows - console)

    I was resopnding to the comment that recursion or local/global variables should not be foreign concepts. They ARE. Quite so.
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    Re: My very first C program (Windows - console)

    Experience, not "reasons". It shouldn't bother anyone whether I take advice or not. It wouldn't bother me if someone deflected my advice. I've sincerely asked to help me get into good C coding...
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    Re: My very first C program (Windows - console)

    Recursion is an alien concept from a programming standpoint. In all the assemblers I've worked on, there is no such thing as "local" or "global" variables. Variables are simply addressible storage.
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    Re: My very first C program (Windows - console)

    I don't see any point in breaking a function into smaller pieces just because it's too long. It's one logical concept. You end up massaging and making things more complex for no real benefit.

    I...
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    Re: My very first C program (Windows - console)

    Yes, I got in the habit in putting the first squiggly bracket on the right, behind the function/if/do/while/for construct. Simply so it didn't muddy up things and add 1 line of code for every one of...
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