Easy question about S.D.L. and MSVS.NET2005Pro

Easy question about S.D.L. and MSVS.NET2005Pro…

Hi,

I am using S.D.L. 1.2.9 with SDL_Mixer 1.2.6 and SDL_TTF 2.0.7
with Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2005 Professional
(using Visual C/C++ programming language)
to make a Tetris game for the PC Windows platform.

My question is the following:

When I run my game, I notice in the game’s folder
that two new files are created
"stderr.txt"
"stdout.txt"
then when I exit game
the two new files are removed.

Anyone know why these two files appear when I run the game?

Would like these two files to not be created on running game
and deleted on exiting game.

Thanks in advance…

My S.D.L. based Tetris game project:
http://www.silentheroproductions.com/tetribattle3_100percentforpcwindows.htm

(http://www.silentheroproductions.com/tetribattle3_100percentforpcwindows.htm)

Jesse “JeZ+Lee” Palser, BS, A+, Network+, MCP
SLNTHERO at AOL.com
Silent Hero Productions ®
"Fun, little games for when you don’t have time to save the world.[TM]"
www.SilentHeroProductions.com (http://www.silentheroproductions.com/)

“stderr.txt”
“stdout.txt”

Those are files on windows that the output for stderr (Standard Error) and
stdout (Standard Output) get directed to. Very usefull when programs crash
unexpectidly. Although a full logging system would be MUCH better. It is
truthfully nothing to worry about.

Hope that helped some (not really full awake or aware at the moment).–
Richard J Hancock
RJH Computers
http://www.rjhcomputers.com

Hello SlntHero,

Monday, May 1, 2006, 2:14:51 PM, you wrote:

Sac> Anyone know why these two files appear when I run the game?
Sac>
Sac> Would like these two files to not be created on running game
Sac> and deleted on exiting game.

This happens when you link to the debug version of SDL_main.lib . Link
to the “Release NoSTDIO” version instead.–
Best regards,
Peter mailto:@Peter_Mulholland