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    Visual C++ Build problem

    Hi ,

    I see a weird behavior with the Visual C++ IDE. I am using Visual Studio 6.0. When I do a rebuild all, the build is successful , however, the IDE shows 2 error(s) as the status. This problem started appearing suddenly. I am not sure if this has anything to do with the no. of files included in the particular project file (dsp).

    Has anyone encountered this , and is there a resolution ?

    Thank you,
    Kiran


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    Re: Visual C++ Build problem

    I don't think anybody will have a clue how to diagnose your problem if you don't show us the text of the errors. Also, how is it that the "build is successful" if there are two errors? Please clarify.

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    Re: Visual C++ Build problem

    Thanks for posting.

    I finally figured why this was happening.

    In my files I have some #pragma messages one of which had the string 'error' . The VC IDE somehow, at the end of a build thinks that this is an actual error and reports as one of the errors.

    Howzatt ? Strangely, it doesn't happen when you compile the file alone and build instead of a clean build .And more strangely, it doesn't do that for any string with word 'error'.

    :-) Strange are the ways...

    Thank you for your thoughts.

    Kiran




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