[Closed] VC++ directories not set on start - causing 2 errors
when I get engine source, or when I start a new C++ project, in VS Properties / Configuration Properties / VC++ Directories are blank, only Executable Directories is fine, all the other ones require to select manually "inherit from parent..." and press Apply.
Compilation works afterwards, but it causes an error message on C++ project start, and probably it is related to not working hot reload. I use 4.7.2. and VS2013 Community, project path contain no special characters, PATH is set properly. (But I'm using a non-English Win7, and my user name contains an 'á')
C++ project start problem is described here, which is solved by the process described above (message: The project failed to compile with this version of the engine. Would you like to open the project in Visual Studio?), but when new class is added, it is always needed to set them again and again...
The Hot Reload problem is mentioned here, it is impossible for me currently, after a long compilation it always ends with a message: Error LINK : fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'delayimp.lib'.
Is there any solution for it? Thanks.
The question has been closed Apr 07 '15 at 01:58 PM by Steve Robb for the following reason:
The question is answered, right answer was accepted
Ok, I'm hopeful that my latest change will fix things then.
I believe you should be able to copy the latest version of this file (Utils.cs) from the Master branch over your Promoted branch and it should work.
Let me know how it goes.
answered Apr 03 '15 at 09:31 AM
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