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    Re: How to learn c++/cli?

    The project's way too big to convert everything to C#

    My memory's a bit hazy on all this but when I last looked into this a few years ago, C# could incorporate modules written in something called...
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    Re: How to learn c++/cli?

    Hi Arjay - I work on a large software project that's written in C++. When I first started with it (10 years ago) we were building with Visual C++. But the vendor needed to go cross-platform so I've...
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    Re: How to learn c++/cli?

    Thanks 2kaud - so if I wanted to start with a simple "Hello World" app (i.e. using a GUI window) there isn't an option that'll start me off with the basic code?
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    Re: How to learn c++/cli?

    Thanks 2kaud - I just installed the option for C++/CLI and I'm now seeing C++/CLI support for v142 build tools (14.2.3) listed among my installed options. However... I still don't see any way to...
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    Re: How to learn c++/cli?

    Sorry for asking a dumb question - but how do I create an empty C++/CLI project to experiment with?

    In VS2019 I go to Create a New Project but it doesn't offer C++/CLI, If I drop down the...
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    Thanks wolle. Do any of you guys have experience with C++/CLI? Apparently it's a set of extensions which allow C++ code to be compiled to run under CLR and .NET (rather than being platform specific)...
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    But (importantly) C++ isn't among them - and I think the ones that do target those other OS's are the low power languages (which run via some kind of runtime interpreter).




    That'd definitely...
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    It's interesting that C, C++ and C# are all within the top 5. I know from my experience with LinkedIn that job opportunities for a C developer probably arrive reasonably frequently (at least 1 per...
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    Yeah, I guess the problem is that C++ itself has become marginalised as a programming language. It's still the #1 choice for 'performance' apps (pro audio / video / graphics etc) but where high...
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    And yet this is sooo important for C++. Like I said earlier, it's become very difficult now to justify building any commercial app any more with Visual C++ (precisely because it can't build for the...
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    Does anyone have any experience with F#? Apparently it produces native apps (i.e. which don't need a runtime interpreter) and its projects can be shared between the Mac and Windows versions of Visual...
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    Thanks 2kaud - after a bit more reading I'm realising that VS Code isn't a compiler or build system (in the Visual Studio sense). It's more like a 'clever editor' that can link to other build systems...
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    Many thanks wolle - some great information there. Do you happen to know if VS Code supports C++? (I'm only asking because Visual Studio for Android and iOS apparently doesn't...)

    Also, if you're...
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    In the last few weeks, Apple has released a new OS for the iPad (appropriately called iPadOS).

    It's apparently just an extension of iOS (so will possibly be compatible with Visual Studio at some...
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    Currently VS Community 2019. on Windows 10

    (are you saying there are now versions available for Linux & Mac OS ?)

    [Edit...] I just came across this web page and realised that Visual Studio can...
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    I was a huge fan of MFC although I gave up on it years ago and moved to the GTK+ toolchain. GTK+ can be difficult at first. It comes with a very steep learning curve and way too many 3rd-party...
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    Hi Jaywy - I've never needed to program a white noise generator myself but you should maybe take a look at some of the open-source DAW's that are available. Audacity and Ardour are probably the best...
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    [RESOLVED] Project Property Sheets

    I'm using VS2019 to build a C++ project and I need to give it a project-specific property sheet (i.e. a .props file). I can generate the .props file in a text editor but how do I make my project...
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    Re: Exporting an operator

    Thanks wolla. MSDN'S entry for __declspec(dllexport) implies that if it's used in the way that I used it, it'll export all public data members and functions. But AFAICT that doesn't seem to apply to...
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    Re: Exporting an operator

    In case it helps, I've realised that moving the definition into the header file seems to solve the problem:-


    class LIBRARY_API LuaScripting {

    public:

    // These all export correctly...
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    Exporting an operator

    We're using a library which has classes like this (where LIBRARY_API is defined as __declspec(dllexport) when building the lib and __declspec(dllimport) for an external app which uses it):-

    ...
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    Re: VS2019 (single-clicking a source file)

    That fixed it Arjay, thanks... :thumb:
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    VS2019 (single-clicking a source file)

    I recently updated to VS2019 Community Edition after previously using VS2015 (and various earlier versions). As usual, when I load a C++ project into my VS workspace I see a pane at the RHS called...
  24. Re: VS2019 - why doesn't it like vcxproj files any more ?

    Interestingly, these seem to be the only two:-

    1) Windows Software Development Kit - ver 10.1.17763.132
    2) Windows SDK AddOn - ver 10.1.0.0

    so I don't know where the 8.1 option's coming from...
  25. Re: VS2019 - why doesn't it like vcxproj files any more ?

    Thanks 2kaud. For the hell of it I might try installing the 8.1 SDK anyway but I'm curious to know what happens (on your machine) if you right-click on a project and then choose...
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