Tuesday, October 3, 2006, 11:07:48 AM, you wrote:
Thanks, that worked
Now I get a warning that msvcrtd.lib conflicts with other libraries and
I should use /nodefault, do you know why this happens?
It happens because MSVC 2005 uses a different runtime library to what
SDLmain.lib is compiled for.
You can get around this in one of two ways:
- recompile SDL in MSVC 2005 so you get a compatible SDLmain.lib
- Add src/main/win32/SDL_win32_main.c to your project.
I also use MSVC 2005 and I’ve never had to recompile SDL, or add
src/main/etc. to any of my projects to avoid this error/warning. I
occasionally get such an error if I try to include certain other libraries
(e.g. boost, or zziplib come to mind). Check on which other .lib’s you are
(and check that you are compiling as “Multi-Threaded debug dll” in C/C++
Peter mailto:darkmatter at freeuk.com
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