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Error C2259 while compiling c++ source code: Cannot Instantiate abstract class

I'm getting these errors while trying to compile the source code, i installed the 2 dependency files, i followed the tutorial exactly, I don't know what is wrong. Please help me,

http://gyazo.com/401c076bf038cd649d7102964d3ecee1 http://gyazo.com/ad2fdea42e8ffe17933adf21940c3647

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asked Apr 16 '14 at 09:49 PM in Installation & Setup

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avatar image Dark-Veil STAFF Apr 16 '14 at 10:42 PM

Sorry you're having problems. We should be able to help, though! Can you attach the full log from the build "Output" window (not the Task/Error window)?

--Mike

avatar image Ozykz Apr 16 '14 at 11:35 PM

Here it is: link text

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Hi Ozykz. It looks like what might have happened is that you pulled down GitHub code from a different branch (or release) than the downloaded dependencies are for, so there is a mismatch between the engine source code and third party headers. Can you make sure you are using dependencies that go with the branch you have pulled down? For example, if you are using the 4.0 branch (recommended for now), make sure the zip files you downloaded were from the 4.0 release page, not the "latest preview" release page.

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answered Apr 17 '14 at 12:06 AM

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avatar image Ozykz Apr 17 '14 at 02:22 AM

Wow, well thats embarrassing, I must of accidentally downloaded the wrong zip files, One look at the file sizes and i would of known, Thanks a lot for your quick reply.

avatar image Ozykz Apr 18 '14 at 01:29 PM

Damn! Damn! I have no idea how it happened, i downloaded the I sent my co-worker the same link, and it worked, I must of gotten the wrong link mixed up somehow, just a little brain fart, Ahh, so sorry to be wasting your time Mike, Really sorry, I could of just taken one look at the file sizes and i would of figured it out. Again, My sincerest apologies, and my thanks for your quick response. -Derek

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