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Even if you don't plan to develop, just the act of downloading and compiling can uncover problems. If the version you download doesn't build on your platform, file a bug.
 
Even if you don't plan to develop, just the act of downloading and compiling can uncover problems. If the version you download doesn't build on your platform, file a bug.
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=== Installing windows core development tools and libraries ===
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Most software needed for development is either in \\alexandria\share\software or in the MSDN Library CDs (in a binder, usually in the server room)
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* Install Visual Studio .NET 2003 Professional
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* Install the Platform SDK (from alexandria)
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* Install DirectX 9.0 SDK Update (Summer 2003)
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* Start Visual C++
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* Go to Tools/Options/Projects/VC++ Directories
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* Make sure that the '''includes''' and '''libraries''' paths have the DirectX SDK paths first, then the Platform SDK paths, and then the Visual C++ paths.

Revision as of 15:19, 30 October 2006


Even if you don't plan to develop, just the act of downloading and compiling can uncover problems. If the version you download doesn't build on your platform, file a bug.

Installing windows core development tools and libraries

Most software needed for development is either in \\alexandria\share\software or in the MSDN Library CDs (in a binder, usually in the server room)

  • Install Visual Studio .NET 2003 Professional
  • Install the Platform SDK (from alexandria)
  • Install DirectX 9.0 SDK Update (Summer 2003)
  • Start Visual C++
  • Go to Tools/Options/Projects/VC++ Directories
  • Make sure that the includes and libraries paths have the DirectX SDK paths first, then the Platform SDK paths, and then the Visual C++ paths.