|Re: 'SetDefaultDllDirectories': is not a member of '`global namespace'' [message #1844016 is a reply to message #1844008]
||Fri, 27 August 2021 12:31
Registered: October 2012
I would suggest examining the code in atlcore.h at lines 644 and 646.|
Determine what exactly is/are the missing definition(s)
Then grep for the header containing it (them).
Then make sure they get included in future compiles.
This has nothing to do with Eclipse or CDT.
You might have a better chance at getting an answer at
stackoverflow.com or a site devoted to VC/Visual Studio.
The error is coming from VC and not CDT
I don't have the setting you made to define it
at least not with the path you mentioned
but I suspect it is for the Indexer and not the compiler
if it is an Eclipse setting.
The normal Eclipse settings start thusly:
Project --> Properties --> C/C++ Build
Project --> Properties --> C/C++ General
Are you using a third party plug-in?
When I used the Microsoft compiler in the distant past
the command line for it was called "cl".
I presume that is what you are using with Eclipse.
[Updated on: Fri, 27 August 2021 12:46]
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