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madmatt



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madmatt
Hello Everyone,
I'm having trouble compiling my windows/dirextx examples. What changes did you make to the macros for windows? I've had to go back and use my 1.53 includes.
Post 31 Jul 2004, 16:12
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Tomasz Grysztar



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The most important is the change of "struct" macros - look into the DDRAW.INC in the updated DDRAW examples to see the changes.
Post 31 Jul 2004, 16:20
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scientica
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what's you error? show the error message and it might bhe possible to help you.


(btw, maybe sb should split this thread at madmatts post to a new thread?)
Post 31 Jul 2004, 16:21
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madmatt



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Well at first glance, Looks like you just changed the way the com interfaces are defined. This looks better than using a struct definition. Ok, thanks. Looks like i'll have to change very little in my 'Windows game programming for dummies examples'. WHEW! Smile
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