R11 C++ example SDK project ?



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    On 09/01/2009 at 13:01, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    Hi Matthias,
    yes, that's the case.
    The checkbox _api has a hook.
    Should I deactivate it for the compilation ?
    Maybe any folder-settings or compiler-settings that need to be changed ?



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    On 09/01/2009 at 13:46, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    The checkbox for '_api' has to be active. You have to make sure the api lib has been compiled.

    Anyway there should be actually nothing required to change. You just load the VS project and hit compile. I have no idea why it is not working for you.

    cheers,
    Matthias



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    On 09/01/2009 at 15:35, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    Hmmm...,
     
    maybe it's because I didn't install my C4D in the default c:-Path and instead in a custom path on another partition?
    Maybe the Compiler/linker does not find some files in this case ?



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    On 10/01/2009 at 06:42, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    I have two log-files here , first is the one that describes the usual fault,
    http://www.rk-art.de/Art_Stuff/C4D/BuildLog_1.htm
    second one occurs when I build the _api with C++_2008 and then recompile the C4D-SDK with C++_2005 and give it the needed '_api_win32_release.lib' during the compilation process by copiing it in the demanded folder.
    **
    http://www.rk-art.de/Art_Stuff/C4D/BuildLog_2.htm
    **



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    On 11/01/2009 at 08:32, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    Try the following: open cinema4dsdk.vcproj (not dsw or dsp or anything) and press STRG+ALT+F7 to compile the whole project. If it doesn't work, there might be s.th. wrong with your vc installation. Is it "Express" or "Professional"? Express won't work without installing Platform SDK, I think.



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    On 11/01/2009 at 12:59, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    Hi Klaus, thanks for the help.
    The Strg+Alt+F7 gave the same fault result.
    I use VS_2005_C++ Express Edition.    I installed it right how the downloadable MS-installer did it automatically.
    And I think you have the absolute right idea, I just found the info on a site of Microsoft.
    I definetely need to download and install the Microsoft ® Windows Server® 2003 R2 Platform SDK to produce 32 and 64 bit code.
    With the blank C++-install, only .net apps are possible, but no 32 & 64 bit native apps.
    Thanks, I will post if that was the solution.
    Ralf



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    On 11/01/2009 at 15:27, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    Ok, got it fixed ;)
     
    Thanks to Klaus' advice, I found this site:
    http://www.microsoft.com/express/2005/platformsdk/default.aspx
    There is all explained about getting the C++ express-edition to produce native 32 & 64bit code.
    Now it all works fine and compiles without any error.
     
    Thanks again, Klaus.



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    On 11/01/2009 at 15:54, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    One last question for the moment,
    for building a 64 bit .cdl (.cdl64), is this possible out of a 32bit XP-C++-Installation or do I have to install C++ on a 64bit system to produce 64bit-cdl's ?
    How do you handle this ?



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    On 11/01/2009 at 16:10, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    Yes, if you have the 64 bit target installed. I'm not so sure that Express has 64 bit capability but if so, that's it. Unfortunately, you have to install VS with the 64bit target. You could try "Add or Remove Programs" to see if you can do additional feature installions otherwise it would need to be a reinstall.



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    On 12/01/2009 at 00:44, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    Thanks Robert.
    C++ Express has in the 32bitXP-installation a 64 bit target that can be selected, but when I compile with that, no cdl64 is generated, instead the compiler skips all necessary steps.
    But no problem, I have a 64bit system where I can install the whole stuff again and try if it works there.


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