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  1. Re: Strange '_JustMyCode_Default' error with VS2019

    I found it - it's under Properties->C/C++->General - for some reason I need to set it to No when building a C++ library in Debug mode (I don't really understand why :confused: )
  2. Strange '_JustMyCode_Default' error with VS2019

    I'm building a suite of libraries based around Gtk and Gtkmm. I'd built them all previously a long time ago (as 32-bit, using VS2005) but now I'm trying to build 64-bit versions using VS2019. I've...
  3. Re: Missing 'convenience filters after restoring from a backup

    Thanks Arjay - literally just a few minutes ago I think I found the problem :wave:

    All of these project files share a common .props file which mostly contains a series of build paths to the other...
  4. Re: Missing 'convenience filters after restoring from a backup

    Things seem to be going from bad to worse... :cry:

    When I loaded that solution file this morning, all those projects have gone back to their jumbled state (i.e. with no filter folders any more)....
  5. Re: Missing 'convenience filters after restoring from a backup

    It seems to fix itself if I remove each project from the solution and then re-add it (it then comes back associated to its .filters file somehow). A bit annoying but at least it fixes itself...
  6. Missing 'convenience filters after restoring from a backup

    Does anyone know what generates the 'convenience folders' (filters) in a VS solution? Here's the kinda list I usually see in my IDE:-

    35918

    Notice that the header files are in a separate filter...
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    Re: Registry access in Windows 7

    Thanks Arjay - I came across this item which mentions an extra parameter called KEY_WOW64_64KEY. It can be used by a 32-bit app to force Windows to examine 64-bit keys when running on a 64-bit OS....
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    Re: Registry access in Windows 7

    RegOpenKeyExA() is returning a value of 2 (ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND)



    This probably won't sound right but here's what seems to be happening...

    On 64-bit Windows, if a 32-bit app tries to query...
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    Re: Registry access in Windows 7

    Thanks Arjay - after a bit more experimenting I've realised there's an extra element to this... it only seems to happen if I run a 32-bit app on Win64. Initially, the app tries to open its regkey...
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    Registry access in Windows 7

    I'm working on a program which uses RegOpenKey() and RegQueryValueEx() to access a particular registry key. Usually the key gets accessed like this:-


    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Jack

    but I've...
  11. Thread: boost::bind

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    Re: boost::bind

    That's a good article wolle - thanks for finding it.

    I must admit though... I still don't understand what bind does (that's useful...) :confused:
  12. Thread: boost::bind

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    Re: boost::bind

    Haha - that's exactly what puzzles me... bind doesn't seem to simplify things at all - it seems to make everything a lot more complicated!



    Many years ago I helped develop a DAW product called...
  13. Thread: boost::bind

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    Re: boost::bind

    You might well be right 2kaud - tho' that still doesn't make it any easier to understand... :(

    Here's what Google says when I ask it what std::bind does :-



    and that's one of the better...
  14. Thread: boost::bind

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    boost::bind

    Can anyone explain (simply!) what boost::bind does? From various things I've read it seems to be some way of simplifying operations on a vector (array). But whenever I've seen it used it's almost...
  15. Thread: libiconv

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    Re: libiconv

    Woohoo! That looks very promising 2kaud - many thanks... :thumb:
  16. Thread: libiconv

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    Re: libiconv

    Thanks 2kaud but I think that's the old version (i.e. Win32 only)
  17. Thread: libiconv

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    Re: libiconv

    Thanks Richard - I downloaded the tarball from that site but AFAICT it's only for building with make. Building with MSVC doesn't seem to be supported and I couldn't find any pre-built libs and DLL's...
  18. Thread: libiconv

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    libiconv

    Has anyone here ever heard of a library called iconv? Many years ago I built GTK+ (an open source toolchain) for Win32. It uses several other libraries, like Cairo, Pango, Fonfconfig etc. I'm not...
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    vcpkg Library Manager

    Has anyone here heard of the vcpkg library management tool? It's intended for programmers and is apparently a similar concept to package management which is common in Linux. i.e. if you need to build...
  20. Re: Where is the list for MRU projects in VS2019 ?

    Thanks 2kaud but that's what confused me....

    If I search for any of my VS2019 projects (or solutions) in the registry, they don't seem to be there... :cry:
  21. Where is the list for MRU projects in VS2019 ?

    I have a weird problem here with one particular project in VS2019 (it's a Visual C++ project)

    Regardless of whether I try to open it from within VS2019 - or by double clicking from within Windows...
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    Re: WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux)

    Ah, that explains it - thanks !
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    Re: WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux)

    After two weeks of tearing my hair out I've finally managed to make this work!! And just a few seconds ago I cross-compiled my first "Hello World" console app for Linux!!!

    The only thing that...
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    Sticky: Re: Input wanted: 3rd Party Products

    Does anyone know if there's an official forum somewhere for Visual Studio? I found the official Microsoft Community forum and it even looks like VS was once supported there - but all the VS threads...
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    Sticky: Re: Input wanted: 3rd Party Products

    Just a long shot S_M_A - but did you also happen to choose Debian or one of the others?

    I'm starting to think Debian's created its file names and folder names using a non-Windows character set...
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