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c++.mfc - problems with mmsystem.h

reply marc_teichtahl hotmail.com writes:
Hi All,

I am trying to work with multimedia timers in a MFC based application.

I am including mmsystem.h in my class header

#ifndef __EVOL_CLOCK__
#define __EVOL_CLOCK__
#include <windows.h>

#include <mmsystem.h>
#include "evolDefs.h"
#include "evolClockCallback.h"
#include "evolArray.h"

#define CLOCK_RESOLUTION 1    // 1ms intervals

class evolClock
{
public:
evolClock();
virtual ~evolClock();
UINT    registerEvolCallback(evolClockCallback* func);
UINT    unRegisterEvolCallback(EVOL_CLOCK_HANDLE handle);
UINT    startClock(EVOL_CLOCK_HANDLE handle);
UINT    stopClock(EVOL_CLOCK_HANDLE handle);
protected:
UINT        clockCounter;
evolArray<evolClockCallback*> clocks; }; #endif //__EVOL_CLOCK__

However, when compiling I get the following error

Program Files\dm\bin\sc.EXE -cpp -Ae -mn -C -o+time -D_WINDOWS -ff -Pz -S -3 -a8
-c -gf -D_CONSOLE=1 -D_DEBUG=1 -D_X86_=1 -D_MT=1 -D_WIN32=1 -D_MBCS=1
-oevolution.obj evolution.cpp Program Files\dm\bin\scpp.EXE -cpp -Ae -mn -C
+time -D_WINDOWS -ff -Pz -S -3 -a8 -gf -D_CONSOLE=1 -D_DEBUG=1 -D_X86_=1 -D_MT=1
-D_WIN32=1 -D_MBCS=1 evolution.cpp -oevolution.obj
Error: C:\PROGRAM FILES\DM\BIN\..\include\win32\MMSYSTEM.H(358): parameter list
is out of context
Error: C:\PROGRAM FILES\DM\BIN\..\include\win32\MMSYSTEM.H(363): ')' expected to
close function parameter list with
Error: C:\PROGRAM FILES\DM\BIN\..\include\win32\MMSYSTEM.H(406): ')' expected
Error: C:\PROGRAM FILES\DM\BIN\..\include\win32\MMSYSTEM.H(441): 'sndPlaySoundW'
is not in function parameter list Fatal Error: C:\PROGRAM
FILES\DM\BIN\..\include\win32\MMSYSTEM.H(487): too many errors Lines Processed:
81717  Errors: 5  Warnings: 0 Build failed

Im wondering if someone would be good enough to assist me is solvong this
problem ? I have run out of ideas myself and I now look to some more
knowledgeable people to help me

Thanks in advance

Marc Teichtahl


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Apr 16 2005
parent "Walter" <newshound digitalmars.com> writes:
<marc_teichtahl hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:d3r90r$2tog$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Hi All,

 I am trying to work with multimedia timers in a MFC based application.

 I am including mmsystem.h in my class header

 #ifndef __EVOL_CLOCK__
 #define __EVOL_CLOCK__
 #include <windows.h>

 #include <mmsystem.h>
 #include "evolDefs.h"
 #include "evolClockCallback.h"
 #include "evolArray.h"

 #define CLOCK_RESOLUTION 1    // 1ms intervals

 class evolClock
 {
 public:
 evolClock();
 virtual ~evolClock();
 UINT    registerEvolCallback(evolClockCallback* func);
 UINT    unRegisterEvolCallback(EVOL_CLOCK_HANDLE handle);
 UINT    startClock(EVOL_CLOCK_HANDLE handle);
 UINT    stopClock(EVOL_CLOCK_HANDLE handle);
 protected:
 UINT        clockCounter;
 evolArray<evolClockCallback*> clocks; }; #endif //__EVOL_CLOCK__

 However, when compiling I get the following error

 Program

 -c -gf -D_CONSOLE=1 -D_DEBUG=1 -D_X86_=1 -D_MT=1 -D_WIN32=1 -D_MBCS=1
 -oevolution.obj evolution.cpp Program


MT=1
 -D_WIN32=1 -D_MBCS=1 evolution.cpp -oevolution.obj
 Error: C:\PROGRAM FILES\DM\BIN\..\include\win32\MMSYSTEM.H(358): parameter

 is out of context
 Error: C:\PROGRAM FILES\DM\BIN\..\include\win32\MMSYSTEM.H(363): ')'

 close function parameter list with
 Error: C:\PROGRAM FILES\DM\BIN\..\include\win32\MMSYSTEM.H(406): ')'

 Error: C:\PROGRAM FILES\DM\BIN\..\include\win32\MMSYSTEM.H(441):

 is not in function parameter list Fatal Error: C:\PROGRAM
 FILES\DM\BIN\..\include\win32\MMSYSTEM.H(487): too many errors Lines

 81717  Errors: 5  Warnings: 0 Build failed

 Im wondering if someone would be good enough to assist me is solvong this
 problem ? I have run out of ideas myself and I now look to some more
 knowledgeable people to help me

The first thing I'd do is get rid of all those command line switches. Next thing I'd do is try to cut the source file down to the minimum that exhibits the error.
Aug 01 2005