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  1. #1
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    [! output SDKPATH_LIB64] in Additional Library Directories option

    I found a path [! output SDKPATH_LIB64] specified in this option (Additional Library Directories).
    And some source code related to this

    Code:
    //**************************************************************************/
    // Copyright (c) 1998-2007 Autodesk, Inc.
    // All rights reserved.
    // 
    // These coded instructions, statements, and computer programs contain
    // unpublished proprietary information written by Autodesk, Inc., and are
    // protected by Federal copyright law. They may not be disclosed to third
    // parties or copied or duplicated in any form, in whole or in part, without
    // the prior written consent of Autodesk, Inc.
    //**************************************************************************/
    // DESCRIPTION: Appwizard generated plugin
    // AUTHOR: 
    //***************************************************************************/
    
    #include "[!output PROJECT_NAME].h"
    
    #define [!output CLASS_NAME]_CLASS_ID	Class_ID([!output CLASSID1], [!output CLASSID2])
    
    #define PBLOCK_REF	0
    
    class [!output CLASS_NAME] : public [!output SUPER_CLASS_NAME] 
    {
    public:
    	//Constructor/Destructor
    	[!output CLASS_NAME]();
    	virtual ~[!output CLASS_NAME]();
    And these
    Code:
    ... HTML code
     </HTML>
    		<SCRIPT language="JSCRIPT">
    
    var tab_array = new Array();
    tab_array[0] = Default;
    tab_array[1] = Page_2;
    tab_array[2] = Page_3;
    
    
    function PopulateFields()
    {
    	// Populate base class list
    	var baseArray = new Array();
    	baseArray[0] = window.external.FindSymbol("BASECLASS_1");
    	baseArray[1] = window.external.FindSymbol("BASECLASS_2");
    	
    	for (var i =0; i < baseArray.length; i++)
    	{
    		if (baseArray[i] != '')
    		{
    			var oOption		= document.createElement("OPTION");
    			oOption.text	= baseArray[i];
    			oOption.value	= baseArray[i];
    			BASECLASS_LISTBOX.add(oOption);
    		}
    	}
    	
    	// Also adding project name as default class name
    	var projectName	= new String();
    	var className	= new String();
    	
    	projectName = window.external.FindSymbol("PROJECT_NAME");
    	className	= projectName.replace(/ /g, "_");
    	
    	CLASSNAME_TEXTBOX.value = className;
    }
    However, I can't get it compiled after setting a variable called SDKPATH_LIB64 for my system environment. Any one knows how they actually work together?
    Thanks
    Jack
    Last edited by lucky6969b; July 2nd, 2013 at 11:02 PM.

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    Re: [! output SDKPATH_LIB64] in Additional Library Directory option

    To me it looks like a template for some class generating wizard. So you won't be able compile this as is.
    Best regards,
    Igor

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    Re: [! output SDKPATH_LIB64] in Additional Library Directory option

    What adjustments do I have to make in order to compile it to x64 platforms?
    Thanks
    Jack

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    Re: [! output SDKPATH_LIB64] in Additional Library Directory option

    Have no idea, as I never saw stuff like this before. But I believe you should have at least the following options:
    • Read documentation
    • Call to support
    Best regards,
    Igor

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