windebug works ok. Its free, and it basically does everything that
the full Visual Studio debugger does. Obviously it only works with
The VC 2003 Toolkit is limited in other regards, too. For example, it
doesn't get shipped with the libraries to link with the DLL
msvcrt.dll is the old pre-.net dll, msvcr71.dll is the .net dll
The import libraries have teh same name in each case (msvcrt.lib,
msvcprt.lib) but point towards a differently named dll, one of those
above, depending on the compiler version.On 8/15/05, Peter Amstutz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
?:-)On Sun, 14 Aug 2005, Hugh Perkins wrote:
windebug works ok.Its free, and it basically does everything that the full Visual Studio debugger does.Obviously it only works with msvc-compiled objects.Well, it's still a step up from no debugger at all.
You can get the C runtime by installing .net
On 9/25/05, Reed Hedges [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
A comparison of Google searches for VRML, X3D, Shockwave3D and AdobeAtmosphere:
http://www.karmanaut.com/virtuality/zeitgeist/VRML comes out way ahead, followed by X3D. Both are actually increasing.Shockwave and Atmosphere are no
After playing around a little with C#, I have to agree with Neil: C# rocks.
Just to throw some salt in the wounds of the Python discussions, I cant help thinking that C# has all the advantages of both Python (run from source, easy to read) and C++ (strong typing, runs quickly).
, using lescript, at application start-up.
On 3/12/06, Peter Amstutz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-Hash: SHA1On Sun, 12 Mar 2006, Hugh Perkins wrote: Hmmm,
After playing around a little with C#, I have to agree with Neil: C# rocks.At my work we have a large (300,000+ line
Yeah, Neil is 100% right.
FWIW, I'm using Scite as my editor, and lescript as my build tool.
Lescript lets you use C# as though it is a scripting language, ie you can do:
Yes, you're right, for many applications weak typing is better, because it produces more compact, easier to read code.On 3/13/06, Lalo Martins
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:And so says Hugh Perkins on 12/03/06 14:27...
Just to throw some salt in the wounds of the Python discussions, I cant
On 3/14/06, Lalo Martins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
And you can constrain even that using slots.If you're interested,contact me in private :-) otherwise, just record the fact that it's
possible.(A class with slots makes all attribute assignments failunless the attribute name is in the slots
This is incredibly cool.
On 3/15/06, Peter Amstutz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-Hash: SHA1I had heard about this as a plugin to Blender, but in fact it is a
standalone GPL'd C library for constructing humanoid
It can't be cool, it's C ;-)
C dlls are pretty easy to wrap with managed code, as long as there
arent too many structures or arrays flying around in the interface.
They're rewriting it in C++, I'm not sure if that helps or hurts the cause
Hurts, as you guessed. C dlls
Something I've been thinking about a lot is replication and migration ofcomputation.If a VOS AI bot could upload itself to other servers (givenproper credentials, of course) it could quite literally wander from server
to server, well beyond the purview of the creator.Unlike a virus orworm, it
On 3/12/06, Peter Amstutz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote, a while back :-D :
If I were to develop in C# in my own projects, I would used the freesoftware implementation, Mono.Hmmm, that's possibly a good idea :-D
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