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  1. 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:
  2. Thread: boost::bind

    by John E
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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...
  3. 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...
  4. Thread: boost::bind

    by John E
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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...
  5. Thread: libiconv

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    Re: libiconv

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

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    Re: libiconv

    Thanks 2kaud but I think that's the old version (i.e. Win32 only)
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
  10. 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:
  11. 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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    Sticky: Re: Input wanted: 3rd Party Products

    Hi S_M_A - can you offer any help here..?

    I followed these instructions for installing WSL2 and Debian Linux - and I then ran the stated bash command - sudo apt install g++ gdb make rsync zip (and...
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    Re: WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux)

    I've hit a different hurdle... :cry:

    I got everything installed but it won't run. The reason is that although I'm running Win10, I'm running it on Mac hardware (i.e. dual booting). The WSL stuff...
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    Re: WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux)

    Wow, that looks promising!

    The only issue I've had is that I'll need to install Linux (and only some distros are supported). But even the supported ones say they won't work "in S mode" - or that...
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    Re: WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux)

    Hi wolle - i'm investigating this at the moment but I must admit I'm getting the impression (possibly) that although it'll offer VS compilation for Linux, it's maybe limited to command line / BASH...
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    WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux)

    Has anyone here tried WSL? AFAICT it's a way to install Linux so that it can be launched in Windows10 - and the Linux distro of your choice will then run in a virtual machine - BUT - if I'm reading...
  21. Re: [RESOLVED] Namespace problem with older version of MSVC

    That also worked 2kaud - many thanks !
  22. Re: Namespace problem with older version of MSVC

    Apologies - I just realised this was solved back in 2013
  23. [RESOLVED] Namespace problem with older version of MSVC

    I have a project here which still needs to build with VS2008 and I've discovered a problem with std::min() and std::max()


    #include <algorithm>

    int n = std::min(2, 1);

    The compiler gives...
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    Re: A nice surprise (re: name-mangling)

    That reminds me... whatever happened to manifest files? In some earlier versions of VC++ it was necessary to include something called a manifest file at the link stage. IIRC this later told the OS...
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    Re: A nice surprise (re: name-mangling)

    It's great to hear that MS have fixed this but I must admit, I'm confused... If I'm reading the article correctly it implies that VS2015, 2017 and 2019 will now be compatible with each other - but in...
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