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    Re: XML Parsing

    I mean there are so many 3rd party SDKs and classes for XML parsing. By light weight I mean that it should have minimal dependency DLLs and classes, when I deploy it on my client's PC. I agree that...
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    Re: XML Parsing

    Is this the best? What I am looking for is a light weight class that can be easily exported in a Win 32 DLL
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    XML Parsing

    In VC++ is there any inbuilt class for storying values inside an XML File, without using CLI?
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    Re: Input strings in VC++ 2012

    So when I have declared this thing.



    utility::string_t strName1;
    ucin >> strName1;


    How can I convert it into this U, so that i can use it here...
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    Re: Input strings in VC++ 2012

    When I type utility:: ucin is not there in the dropdown list of its members, as if its not a member of utility.
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    Re: Input strings in VC++ 2012

    In my case utility::ucin is not available. When std::cout << "Serving GET" << std::endl; is working fine, cin should work fine too but how will I convert that string to something similar to U("") ?
  7. Re: Problem with Command Line Argument in Visual Studio 2012

    Later on I changed to std::string strName; which is of complete string type and as mentioned in my next thread, this is the error I came across



    >Listener.cpp(36): error C3493: 'strName' cannot...
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    Input strings in VC++ 2012

    I have a source code



    listener.support(methods::GET, [](http_request req)
    {
    std::cout << "Serving GET" << std::endl;
    //req.reply(status_codes::OK, U("input string!"),...
  9. Problem with Command Line Argument in Visual Studio 2012

    I hav a simple console application that takes command line in VS 2012.



    #include "stdafx.h"
    #include <iostream>
    #include <string.h>

    int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[])
    {
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    Re: Setup and Deployment VC++ 2012

    Yes if you are creating a setup and deployment project in VS2008, of a C++ application, when you specify the project output, it automatically takes the dependency DLLs and add those DLLs in the same...
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    Re: Setup and Deployment VC++ 2012

    With previous version of VS (example 2008) the setup and deployment package itself used to discover any dependency DLL and happened to add it with the installer. With 2012 which has install shield,...
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    Re: Setup and Deployment VC++ 2012

    Yes this is Casablanca SDK also called C++ REST SDK, which I am using in my current application
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    Re: Setup and Deployment VC++ 2012

    Its a part of C++ REST SDK. I thought, just like the way it added this DLL in Debug. It will add with the release build too. But it didn't work that way. So I had to add it manually in the installer...
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    Re: Setup and Deployment VC++ 2012

    With release build, this is the error messages that I am receiving.
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    Re: New to VC++ 2012

    Yes I have developed an application using C++ REST SDKs what my current application does is simply POST from a curently loaded webpage, what the user types in a textbox.
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    Setup and Deployment VC++ 2012

    Setup and Deployment has been removed from Visual Studio 2012. So I separately installed Install Shield that is designed for Visual Studio 2012 and 2013.

    Now after installing an application in...
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    New to VC++ 2012

    VC++ 2012 looks like a completely new language to me. After working on VC++ 2008 I am developing a project in 2012. It looks like an alien language. This is a simple index


    ...
  18. Re: Problem with initializing auto variables

    Both ways, it didn't work :(
  19. Problem with initializing auto variables

    I am new to VC++ 2012. I have this code snippet.



    auto it = query_map.find(U("callback"));


    The problem is right under the dot there is a red line the error is
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    Re: Using Casablanca SDKs in C++

    Sorry I was on off for 3 days. I think your proxy must be blocking the link. Its seems to be working fine. Coming back to your question that why I need ASP.NET page to send request.... As your have...
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    Re: Using Casablanca SDKs in C++

    Yes if you go through this link. It looks like a mini light weight web server, just like IIS which can take request from a webpage.
    ...
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    Re: Using Casablanca SDKs in C++

    I never said that I want ASP.NET to be a server. Just like an IIS server, from where we can send request using ASP.NET webpage, which IIS Server listens.

    Similarly I have developed this...
  23. Re: Calling VC++ routines from Fortran 77

    It is a requirement from one of the client.
  24. Calling VC++ routines from Fortran 77

    Is it possible to call VC++ routines using a Win32 DLL form fortran 77??
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    Re: Developing HTTP Server using C++

    Yes, it created a separate DEBUG folder. Why does VS2012 behave differently? What is the purpose of creating 2 separate DEBUG folders?
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