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Figure 14-3 The main Visual C++ window
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prompt with the proper environment variables set for compiling applications Choose Start | All Programs | Visual C++ Express Edition | Visual Studio Tools | Visual Studio 2005 Command Prompt In the command prompt window, you can type cl (the compiler program) to see if it is available:
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C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\VC>cl Microsoft (R) 32-bit C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 14005072742 for 80x86 Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation All rights reserved usage: cl [ option ] filename [ /link linkoption ] C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\VC>
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The cl command started the compiler, which complained that there were not any files to compile You are now ready for the next step in the installation process
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With the Visual C++ Express Edition package installed, you can now customize it to create standard Win32 Windows applications This is done by downloading and installing the Microsoft Windows Platform SDK As with the other development packages, you can either order the installation package as a CD from Microsoft or, if you have a high-speed Internet connection, download it from the msdn2microsoftcom web site The Visual C++ Development Center web page, described in the previous section, also contains a link to the Windows Platform SDK (it is currently located under Step 4 of the Download page) Click this link to go to the Windows Platform SDK area There are three ways to download and install the Platform SDK Microsoft provides a minimal download file (about 12MB) that launches the Installation program and retrieves the necessary installation files directly from the Microsoft MSDN web site You can also download the Platform SDK Installation program as a series of 25 packages that must be combined to create the installation package Finally, you can download the Platform SDK Installation program as a single img CD image file that can be burned onto a CD and used on multiple systems After downloading the Platform SDK package using the method of your choice, start the installation and follow the directions for installing the files After installing the Platform SDK package, you must take the following steps to make Visual C++ Express Edition recognize the SDK libraries installed and to allow you to create Win32 Windows applications: 1 Modify the Visual C++ Express Edition search directories 2 Modify the Visual C++ Express Edition library dependencies 3 Edit the Visual C++ Express Edition build restrictions The following sections describe how to perform each of these steps
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The first step is to tell Visual C++ where the executable files, include files, and library files are located in the Platform SDK install You do this from the Visual C++ Express Edition Options window Choose Tools | Options to open the Options window, shown in Figure 14-4 Expand the Projects and Solutions item in the left frame and select VC++ Directories This section lists the executable, include, and library directories used when compiling C++ programs using the graphical Visual C++ IDE The Show Directories For dropdown list box at the top allows you to select the directory type Select Include Files and click the New Folder icon (the second icon from the left) A new entry line appears, allowing you to type a new directory location Enter the location for the Platform SDK include files:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows Server 2003 R2\include
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Figure 14-4 The Visual C++ Options window
Next, select the Library Files option in the Show Directories For drop-down list and click the New Folder icon Enter the location for the Platform SDK library files:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows Server 2003 R2\Lib
After entering the new library location, click OK to return to the main window You are now ready for the next step in the process
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Now that Visual C++ knows where to locate the Platform SDK files, you must tell it what library files need to be included when compiling Windows applications Unfortunately, this is done by manually editing a configuration file in Visual C++ This file is corewin_expressvsprops and is located in the following folder:
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