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On 18/04/2004 at 10:14, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Cinema 4D Version: 8.500
Platform: Windows ;
Language(s) : C++ ;
MS is giving away for free it's optimizing C++ compiler:
It's a command line tool, but could anybody comment if this works with the Cinema SDK?
How to construct correct "make" files for that compiler? Is there anything special reason *not* to use it?
Thanks for any insight!
On 18/04/2004 at 16:56, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Yes it works!
I have now compiled and linked "cinema4dsdk" and it run.
The only problem is, you will need "_api_v8_rel.lib" (C4D SDK Library) to link it.
To create this library you will need lib.exe
If you have "_api_v8_rel.lib" you can create compile.bat to compile all *cpp files and with linking.bat you can link all objects together to YouPlugin.cdl
If you want I can share my compile.bat and linking.bat files.
One can create simple Program that will make it a bit easier.
But compile.bat and linking.bat can make it too.
On 18/04/2004 at 22:27, xxxxxxxx wrote:
I guess that I'm not the only one here that would indeed be interested in the compile.bat and linking.bat files
And that little proggie you talked about would certainly open the door to C++ plugins for a couple of people. If I've a look at the *.bat files maybe I just write that myself in RB. My dream would be a kind of "inbox" at my Windows machine just waiting for the plugin code.
Currently I'm using Visual Studio C .net, which doesn't have an optimizing compiler and has in my view it's very own idea of workflow and interface, to put it friendly...
Thanks a million!
On 20/04/2004 at 09:48, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Now you can download it on my site.
If you have Visual Studio C++ .net without optimization you must have windows.h and lib.exe
You can try to use Toolkit compliler instead of Visual Studio C .net compiler.
What is RB?
On 21/04/2004 at 09:24, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Thanks for the download! Probably saved a tremendous amount of time for me...
RB = Realbasic, an object oriented, cross-platform (Mac, Win, Linux) RAD tool. Very fast development tool for this kind of apps.