|Re: Where is include windows.h ? [message #931695 is a reply to message #930842]
||Wed, 03 October 2012 08:38
| Joost Kraaijeveld
Registered: July 2009
From the screenshots it appears that the compilation of the Hello World
program, using Visual C++ actually works. You can check if the program
actually was build by looking for an executable and running it.
The red stuff you see is the work of Codan. For some unknown reasons and
quit annoying, Codan does not quit work as advertised. Disable "Code
analysis" or manually judge all the problems. I would do the first
untill Codan actually works.
If you have problems finding Windows.h and the file is actually in a
path with spaces in it, manually add the paths to the compiler
configuration section using "" and use forward slashes (/) as directory
seperators. It solved some problems over here.
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