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reply Borja Torres <Borja_member pathlink.com> writes:
When I install the last sdk from MS, there are errors compiling in sample
\dm\sample\MFC32\database\daoview.

When I restore directory \include from v8.47, all are ok. Why?

Thanks.
Apr 10 2006
parent reply Scott Michel <scottm aero.org> writes:
Borja Torres wrote:
 When I install the last sdk from MS, there are errors compiling in sample
 \dm\sample\MFC32\database\daoview.
 
 When I restore directory \include from v8.47, all are ok. Why?
 
 Thanks.

Ummmm.... and those compilation errors would be?
Apr 10 2006
parent reply Borja Torres <Borja_member pathlink.com> writes:
When I compile in Release mode all OK, Why?
The errors are:
CListCtrl::AddItem don't match function, etc...
CListCtrl::InsertItem ...


In article <e1e2mi$2tj5$2 digitaldaemon.com>, Scott Michel says...
Borja Torres wrote:
 When I install the last sdk from MS, there are errors compiling in sample
 \dm\sample\MFC32\database\daoview.
 
 When I restore directory \include from v8.47, all are ok. Why?
 
 Thanks.

Ummmm.... and those compilation errors would be?

Apr 11 2006
parent Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.us> writes:
Are you sure that is CListCtrl::AddItem and CListCtrl::InsertItem?
Could you post the compiler output/messages?

I have ported MFC to Symantec C++ and later to Digital Mars C++ and 
there are issue's with the later PlatformSDK's and DAO and M$ changed 
function prototypes. I did have patched to MFC to fix this.

I try to get away from MFC at the moment and have not tried to compile 
it with the latest compiler. When I have time I might take a look.

Thanks!
Jan



Borja Torres wrote:
 When I compile in Release mode all OK, Why?
 The errors are:
 CListCtrl::AddItem don't match function, etc...
 CListCtrl::InsertItem ...
 
 
 In article <e1e2mi$2tj5$2 digitaldaemon.com>, Scott Michel says...
 Borja Torres wrote:
 When I install the last sdk from MS, there are errors compiling in sample
 \dm\sample\MFC32\database\daoview.

 When I restore directory \include from v8.47, all are ok. Why?

 Thanks.



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Apr 11 2006